The Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council has attacked former cabinet minister Patrick Zhuwao for seeking to torch hate with the new administration.
The Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council patron Mr Jimayi Muduvuri said Zhuwao’s utterances on social media and quoted by some media houses is a mischievous attempt to inflame unnecessary hate.
Mr Muduvuri said for Zhuwao to speak about Zanu PF not going to win elections or not is a spiteful effort meant to seek relevance in an era that has no place for him.
The church and the government have a relationship anchored from time immemorial and an obligation to unite the people despite the differences in doctrines and denominational systems, concurred Apostle Joel Manyange of The Well International Ministry and Bishop Rodreck Makusha of Deep Life Ministries who pledged to work with the new dispensation for increased peace and development.
Zhuwao has reportedly launched the 2018 Resistance movement against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu-PF targeting the youth not to vote for the junta party.
In his first article Zhuwao Brief Reloaded describes the emergence of #2018resistance to the coup conspirators and junta.
It outlines how Zimbabwe’s political, economic and socio-cultural environment is ripe for the #2018Resistance.
The article will focus on the #2018Resistance movement that is occurring amongst people who have traditionally been members, supporters and sympathisers of Zanu PF.
The #2018Resistance is so strong that, under conditions of free and fair elections, Zanu PF will be thoroughly walloped and thumbed at the 2018 elections.
He states that on 13th November 2017, a gang of coup conspirators and terrorist junta members initiated the rape and massacre of the Zimbabwe Constitution which the people of Zimbabwe had painstakingly crafted and approved overwhelmingly.
He said these robber pirates threatened and have actually unleashed a reign of terror, extreme violence and disinformation for the purposes of self-serving and parochial individual interests totally devoid of the national interest.
“These losers had been defeated in a political contestation within ZANU PF that had seen the coalescing of young people, women, traditional leaders, workers (most notably public servants including youth officers), micro and small entrepreneurs, farmers, artisanal miners, academics and students. These various groups had been brought together by an agenda for sustainable socio-economic transformation that was founded on an ethos of nationalistic empowerment and generational renewal premised on the unassailable fact that 77% of Zimbabwe’s population is under the age of 35 years,” he wrote.
The church has played the role in praying for peace, nation building and unity for states.