Mugodhi Apostolic Faith Church Leader Has Died

Mugodhi Apostolic Faith Church leader, Bishop Tefius Mugodhi has died aged 79. The passing on of the clergyman was confirmed by his spokesperson, Benjamin Mungiriya who said that Mugodhi succumbed to cancer at a local hospital in Harare on Monday. Mungiriya said:

We are saddened by his death. It’s a great loss for us. He is the one who initiated the church’s anti-sanctions call and he would have loved to die after the sanctions are lifted.

Mugodhi took over the church leadership in 2002. Four church leaders had to lead the church since 1961 when his father died since he was too young to lead.

Most recently, the ailing Mugodhi indicated that he would pass the church leadership to his son, Washington, a decision that prompted rebellion from one of his deputies, Tony Sigauke.

The battle for the church leadership is already at the courts.

More: News Day

Comments

Back to top

2 comments on “Mugodhi Apostolic Faith Church Leader Has Died

  1. Nyaya yemari ndiyo yaakuunza ma dynasty zvanga zuaakuitika ku politics na bob. Tinoti anyaradze mhuri ya bishop avape gwara, amen

  2. rest in peace our Bishop.
    nguva ndeyaMwari .hazvaigona kumanikidza nguva.
    yo legacy Yes .Unity shall make us not to separate

Write a Comment

Your email address will not be published.