President Emmerson Mnangagwa has hailed the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa Forward in Faith Ministries (ZAOGA FIF) Church for its contribution towards the well-being of citizens by building schools, hospitals and a university.
Speaking at the closing ceremony of the 49th International Pastors Deeper Life Leadership Conference at the ZAOGA FIF Africa Multinational for Christ College in Harare on Sunday, President Mnangagwa said:
“Your church has also proved to be a reliable partner in empowering our citizens as well as responding to national needs.
“As Government, we are grateful for the contributions you made towards Cyclone Idai victims early last year.
“We also recognise the hospitals, schools and university which you have established.
“These will go a long way in providing medical care and quality affordable education to our people.”
President Mnangagwa was invited to the conference by the church leader Archbishop Apostle Professor Ezekiel Guti.
The conference was attended by pastors drawn from 150 countries.
During a clean-up campaign in Kuwadzana three weeks ago, President Emmerson Mnangagwa claimed that he is an Apostle. In the video below, he is seen teaching attendees how to pray for rains.
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