The leader of the Zion Christian Church (ZCC), Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi told President Mnangagwa today that he needs spiritual deliverance as a leader of the country. Mnangagwa was invited to attend the church’s annual conference in Gokwe on Sunday, 11 August.
Mutendi was addressing the thousands who gathered at the church’s conference called Zuva raSamuel.
The ZBC twitter account narrated Mutendi’s speech:
We invited [Emmerson Mnagagwa] so that we can pray together and thank God the Almighty who put you in the position you are currently holding. For you to continue achieving your vision of developing this country, you need spiritual deliverance.[President Mnangagwa] should be inclusive in his approach and must never lose hope in uniting Zimbabweans for the sake of peace. Only God has the power to put people in power
ZCC is one of the country’s largest religious organisations. Speaking at the same event after Mutendi, Mnagagwagwa said:
God saw our troubles and gave us a prophet who has called me here to listen to the word of God. Your church works with government, we thank you for that….
… even when things went bad for, i had to jump the border but I’m back. Equally so, we might feel hungry & with his guidance we will find grace.
More: ZBC on Twitter