PROPHECY: Mnangagwa will complete his term, no one will take that position – Prophet Wimbo’s church

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PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has urged the church to take part in the ongoing transformation of the country through the construction of critical infrastructure such as schools and clinics to augment the Second Republic’s efforts.

The President said this yesterday at the Johanne Masowe Vadzidzi VaJesu annual convention that was held at the church’s shrine in Madziwa where a clinic and a school have been constructed by the apostolic sect.

In his address, President Mnangagwa, whose administration is constructing schools, dams, roads and clinics countrywide in development that leaves no one and no place behind, said no foreigner will come and build Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans.

This is in sync with his mantra, “Nyika inovakwa nevene vayo”, which has found resonance across the country as several players, including those in the private sector, come to the party in fulfilment of the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1) which puts the sector at the forefront of modernising and industrialising the country towards Vision 2030 to become an upper-middle-class economy.

Rising to the demands of modern challenges, the Johanne Masowe Vadzidzi VaJesu sect has initiated programmes that will see a university and vocational centre being built in the long term while primary schools and clinics have already opened doors to members.

In the current transformation of the country, every sector including the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, is putting shoulder to the wheel for the fulfilment of the national collective vision and aspirations.

“The development that is here shows that you have a bright future and I will support you with everything that you need. The church is there not only for prayer but also to build the country.

“What you are doing here is in tune with the teachings of Mudzidzi Wimbo. He always spoke for the people, lifting them from poverty. I have heard that you have always wanted a farm and I will make sure that you get that. We are with you and we will supply you with farming equipment”, President Mnangagwa said.

The President, who is conversant with the Bible, added that such huge gatherings are reminders of man’s mortality and duty to submit to the divine powers above.

“I am glad that your church preaches peace, love, dignity, harmony and respect, this is what the Lord expects of us,” he said.

President Mnangagwa said the famous city of Jerusalem was not built by angels but by its inhabitants, because “Nyika inovakwa nevene vayo”.

“The role of Government is to improve the welfare of the people and that is what we are doing. I heard that you also have driving lessons and that you are building vocational training centres. I promise you that we will assist you on those projects.

“Even the army will devote its manpower to building schools in every province because it is only us as Zimbabweans who can build this country, no one will come from Britain or America to build Zimbabwe,” he said.

Under President Mnangagwa’s stewardship, Zimbabwe has reawakened, investors are teeming in, stalled projects are being completed, and new towns and cities are being born.

One such city will rise from the plains of Kanyemba where Zimbabwe has discovered large oil and natural gas deposits that have the potential to improve the lives and livelihoods of every Zimbabwean.

Towards that vision, President Mnangagwa told the massive gathering donning white, sky blue, pink and green garments that the Second Republic is constructing roads, both arterial and feeders, in both urban and rural settings.

Tied to the infrastructure development, he said, dams are being built to climate-proof agriculture. The President said this season, the popular Pfumvudza Scheme will target more than 3 million households, while solar-powered boreholes will be drilled in every village.

Already in Mashonaland Central, 42 boreholes have been drilled with the initiative shaping up across the country’s 10 provinces.

Despite the lean agricultural season that was experienced last year, President Mnangagwa said because of the proactive measures that Government has put in place, no Zimbabwean will starve.

“We don’t want any household to go without food, every village should know who needs food aid, even if you are at loggerheads, everyone should get food aid.”

The President was accompanied by Defence and War Veterans Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe, Mashonaland Central Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Monica Mavhunga, and senior Government officials.

Minister Mavhunga commended the Second Republic for channelling resources towards the welfare of the people through timeous availing of resources for schools and clinic construction.

“We appreciate your leadership for always being with the people, especially during this grand occasion of the church congregation.

“We would like to appreciate you for the Pfumvudza scheme. When people countrywide are worried about the likely shortages of wheat, in this province we are expecting a bumper harvest. We are now preparing for this agricultural season and we also are grateful for the dams that are being built across the province. We also have received the Presidential Horticultural Scheme and the boreholes are being drilled in the province. Since June, 42 boreholes have been drilled. Although roads were destroyed by rains, we are grateful that they are being rehabilitated,” said Minister Mavhunga.

Vadzidzi VaJeso secretary general Shepard Chingwena said President Mnangagwa is a man of the people who is always with the people.

“This visit means so much to us as Vadzidzi, our heartfelt wish was to have a church service with you and it has been fulfilled.”

Mr Chingwena said the late Mudzidzi Wimbo left the church with a task to modernise the church and that is what they are now fulfilling.

“We may meet detractors but that will not stop us from pursuing development programmes because we believe in your philosophy that ‘Nyika inovakwa nevene vayo’. We thank you for the resources you availed to us such as computers, vehicles, cement, and financial support. President Mnangagwa will complete his term and that is in the prophecies, no one will take that position. As a church we are fully behind you,” he said.

The prophecy comes after Johanne the 5th of Africa International Apostolic Church Archbishop, Andby Makururu, who prophesied President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in 2018, also prophesied that the development-oriented leader will win the next elections.

Madzibaba Andby who revealed heightened efforts by the country’s detractors to inflict regime change ahead of next year’s elections, made public his election victory prophecy for President Mnangagwa and the ruling party at his church’s annual gathering held in Mutare three weeks ago.

“I once prophesied victory for President Mnangagwa in 2018. God said President Mnangagwa will win the next elections despite pressure from regime change elements. God has instructed us to vote for President Mnangagwa.

“Our MPs, Ministers and councilors are instructed to unite in order to defeat the enemy. The ruling party will continue to be in power as it liberated the country. I have seen someone who wants to fight our leadership but the President is going to be victorious, he said.

Archbishop Makururu also prophesied a turn around of the Zimbabwean economy starting 2024 hence the need for people to unite in defence of the revolutionary movement that liberated the country.

“I have been shown 1 800 litre white buckets full of honey another 1 800 litre full of milk. In the year 2024 going forward, the economy will flourish. If you unite with your government you will live a happy life. What is now needed is for you to unite in support of the leadership, he said.

Zanu PF Political Commissar, Cde Mike Bimha, who was representing President Mnangagwa at the church’s annual gathering, said government is grateful for the support from the church, imploring the church to continue praying for the nation and vote for the ruling party during next year’s elections.

“I want to thank you for praying for the country that has resulted in the progress we witness here. The country is looking forward to prospering with the availability of oil and gas. I am happy to hear that the Archbishop is urging you to pray for the country. There are people who want to inflict regime change. We urge you to pray for us and defend our hard-won independence. There are people who forget that the country has people who sacrificed their lives for it. I implore you to vote for us next year,” said Cde Bimha.

Manicaland Minister of State and Devolution, Cde Nokuthula Matsikenyere, added her voice on the importance of complimenting government efforts to see a prosperous country.

“We are happy that you are fighting child s3_xual exploitation and you have embraced the country’s health guidelines. We are happy as government to work closely with you to ensure national development,” she noted.

Meanwhile, the Johanne the fifth of Africa pledged to construct schools, health facilities and fight s_3xual exploitation and gender based violence among other vices.

— Herald/ZBC


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