President Mnangagwa will be the guest of honour at the fourth Annual National Thanksgiving and Dedication Service this Sunday (today), a prominent cleric has said.
Reverend Andrew Wutaunashe, the founder of the Family of God Church and chairman of Faith for the Nation Campaign, said the event is held every last Sunday of the year to thank God for help in the things achieved in the past year.
The event will be held at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) grounds, as has been the case since its inception a few years ago.
Wutawunashe also said the annual event is the President’s, and as “the King”, he represents the nation before God. Said Wutaunashe:
This is the fourth service of the National Thanksgiving and Dedication Service that was agreed with the churches and the President that the last Sunday of the year they gather people of all denominations and sectors of society to acknowledge in thanksgiving to the Lord, for help in the things achieved in 2020 or past year.
In every one of these services, we are hoping to capture the concept of the King and the prophets in the word of God, that the King presents the nation before the Lord.
This is why all the services are actually the President’s services as the guest of honour. He is coming tomorrow to officiate and our keynote address will be delivered by him.
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