Zanu infiltrates apostolic sects

The Africa Apostolic Faith Mission has criticized Zanu (PF) political leaders of invading their church operations and interfering with their worship.

Zanu (PF) political leaders in Manicaland have been targeting the apostolic sects in the province as platforms from which to sell their political ideas. Zanu (PF) heavy weights: Oppah Muchinguri, Didymus Mutasa, Chris Mushohwe, Mandy Chimene and Mike Madiro, among others, have been attending various church services held by the apostolic sects that include Johanne Marange, Masowe eChishanu and Africa Apostolic Faith Mission in order to spread Zanu (PF) political messages.

"We worship God and not politicians. Our church has no room for politicians we are apostles of God and not apostles of Zanu (PF)," said a senior member from the Africa Apostolic Faith Mission.

"I would like to strongly condemn what other apostolic sects are doing who are blindly glorifying Zanu (PF) and the biased traditional leadership," said the senior member of the church. God has a way of doing things. He hears our prayers for a better Zimbabwe," he said.

Noah Taguta a faction leader of Johanne Marange, has openly showed his allegiance to Zanu (PF) after he invited President Robert Mugabe to the church's Passover last year.

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