Former ‘life president’ of the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ), Bishop Johannes Ndanga, said he attended the so called Super Sunday gathering as an “invited guest” and was shocked to hear that he is a member of the battered G40 faction.
G40 was a clique within Zanu PF led by former first lady Grace Mugabe which was fighting with Team Lacoste led by Emmerson Mnangagwa to replace former president Robert Mugabe.
Super Sunday is a rally that was held in Harare organised by ACCZ members together with the G40 and was addressed by Grace who attacked Mnangagwa for wanting to topple then President Mugabe.
Ndanga was recalled recently by the ACCZ as he was suspected of meddling in politics and of being a member of the G40 faction. He was also accused of violating the ACCZ constitution among other charges.
During the so called Super Sunday gathering, Ndanga told Grace and the crowds that Mugabe was the life president of the country as prophesied in 1943 by Johane Masowe.
In an interview with New Zimbabwe, Ndanga said evidence was there that the same people who orchestrated his ouster on dubious allegations were the organisers of the gathering which was held at the Rufaro Stadium late October.
“You should be aware that around July this year these people called themselves Federation of Indigenous Churches under Jimayi Muduvuri (Kadoma businessman) and they were claiming that Ndanga dumped them from ACCZ,” said Ndanga.
“They accused me of having links and working with the Mujuru cabal (former VP).
A furious Ndanga added, “Their organisation went on to facilitate the bishops’ meeting with now former president Robert Mugabe.
“They were in the news on ZTV and the Herald newspaper coordinating the Super Sunday with the former first lady Grace Mugabe.”
“Today they allege that I am a G40 cabal member yet I was only invited to their evil function.”
“This is pure cheap politicking to get favours from the new regime.”
Last week, leaders of the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe recalled Ndanga claiming that the new government no longer wanted to work with the controversial cleric. New Zimbabwe