Paul Mwazha Church Pledges Unwavering Support To ZANU PF
Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care Constantino Chiwenga has commended the African Apostolic Church (AAC) for raising disciplined children.
Chiwenga was speaking to AAC members at the Guvambwa shrine, Sadza growth point, in Wedza on Saturday.
The church, which was founded by Paul Mwazha, does not allow its members to consume alcohol or smoke cigarettes.
Chiwenga said he was happy with the role the African Apostolic Church was playing in nurturing disciplined children. He said:
I am here representing His Excellency, President Mnangagwa, and also on my own behalf as his deputy as per your invitation.
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I am happy with the role the African Apostolic Church is playing in nurturing disciplined children.
It is pleasing to see a huge crowd like this, of people who were raised and taught not to drink, smoke or take anything that intoxicates them.
Drugs have destroyed many families. They are of no benefit, they just harm and keep you away from the Lord.
If we do not nurture disciplined children, then the future of the church and indeed the country as a whole is doomed.
He also lauded the church for its role in emancipating women and uplifting their lives.
Unlike some apostolic sects which suppress women’s right to education and turn a blind eye to child marriages, AAC values women’s education. Said Chiwenga:
I am happy to see that you, as a church, are promoting the rights of women by sending them to school to get their education so that they will have a role to play in the future of our country.
Bishop Israel Mwazha, who stood in for his father Archbishop Paul Mwazha, assured Chiwenga that the church will continue supporting ZANU PF without wavering. He said:
President Mnangagwa is leading the country with wisdom. We are seeing a lot of development.
If you look at infrastructure projects in the country, investors are coming to Zimbabwe, growing economic spaces.
We pray for peace in the upcoming elections, and we will not vacillate in our support for ZANU PF.
The African Apostolic Church was founded by Ernest Paul Mamvura Mwazha (born on 25 October 1918).
Mwazha started Roman Catholic Catechism classes at the age of 11 and later joined the Methodist Church and became a teacher with them.
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