Apostle Joe Guti Appointed New ZAOGA FIF Leader, Succeeding Late Father

4 months agoSun, 23 Jul 2023 14:51:49 GMT
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Apostle Joe Guti Appointed New ZAOGA FIF Leader, Succeeding Late Father

Archbishop Eunor Guti, widow of Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti, formally announced on Saturday, August 22, 2023, the appointment of Apostle Joe Guti as the new leader of the ZAOGA Forward in Faith (FIF) Ministries, succeeding his late father.

Joe Guti, her eldest son, will take up the new role to lead the church, with two other apostles to assist him in carrying on his father’s legacy. In her announcement, she emphasized the importance of unity among the new leaders and the church. This announcement came following the arrival of Guti’s body in Harare. She said:

And you know he did not leave us, it’s organised, he organized everything…

Let’s see somebody says our Father is gone the church is going to die, the church is not going to die…. Let me say to each one of you, we all need to unite. We all need to love one another. In love everybody, with the love of Christ. The same love that was in our Father, the same love that he taught us and showed us…..

On July 5, 2023, the leader of the ZAOGA Forward in Faith (FIF) church passed away in South Africa, leading to discussions about succession. Prior to his death, US-based Zimbabwean preacher Passion Java, born Panganayi Java, had predicted that the church would split following the death of its founder.

Get Pindula News on our WhatsApp Channel

Subscribe here: https://whatsapp.com/channel/0029Va84dngJP21B2nWeyM3v

Guti’s body was transported back to Zimbabwe and received a warm welcome from the congregation upon arrival. Since the announcement of his passing, notable figures from various fields have come forward to pay their respects.

Despite the sombre mood of mourning, the church has made meticulous preparations to organise lavish celebrations that will honour and commemorate Guti’s remarkable life and enduring legacy. These festivities, scheduled to take place from August 3 to 6, are not limited to Harare alone and have been extended to welcome attendees from all corners of Zimbabwe and beyond.

More Pindula News



Leave a Comment

Generate a Whatsapp Message

Buy Phones on Credit.

More Deals