Church leaders yesterday took turns to praise President Emmerson Mnangagwa for “various things he has achieved” since assuming power in 2017.
The praises were delivered at the National Sports Stadium during the national prayer session that was organised by the Zimbabwe Interdenominational Council of Churches (ZICC), a grouping of 110 churches chaired by Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi of the Zion Christian Church.
Mnangagwa was the guest and he delivered his keynote address. One of the church leaders who applauded the president is the leader of the Family of God Church (FOG) Apostle Andrew Wutaunashe who thanked Mnangagwa for ensuring churches’ freedom of worship. He said:
Your Excellency, through your governance, there has been the provision of proper means of communication among indigenous churches to strengthen them and rebuild the churches. We must applaud him for that.
Bishop Mutendi also appreciated the President’s Vision 2030 Agenda and urged members of ZICC to endure the suffering that comes with aiming to achieve government’s Vision 2030 goals.
He also said Zimbabweans should love their country and must stop spreading “falsehood” about Zimbabwe to the international community adding that the country needs to go before God for solutions to the socio-economic and political crises bedevilling Zimbabwe.
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