News:Johane Masowe Vadzidzi VaJeso Leader Speaks On Abduction Rumours. Explains Mnangagwa, Kasukuwere Visits To His Shrine
<vote /> Johane Masowe Vadzidzi VaJeso leader Aaron Mhukuta, popularly known as Mudzidzi Wimbo, has dismissed rumours in the media claiming that he was abducted by church members and officials from the Zimbabwe National Army against his will.
He released a statement to the Herald part of which reads,
No one forced me to move from my homestead to the shrine where I am currently staying. I am staying here freely and was not kidnapped as alleged. Currently, I am staying at the shrine. I cannot currently go back home because there is disorder. I am not going to return to the Gomo Village again.
Wimbo's aide Mr Shepherd Chingwena explained Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Saviour Kasukuwere's visits to the shrine,
It is the church that invited VP Mnangagwa to officiate at the fundraising ceremony for the construction of our school. Prior to that, we invited Zanu-PF national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere to officiate at the ground-breaking of the school and he came. Cde Kasukuwere planted a tree at the site of the school and it wilted. He planted another one and it wilted again, but no one is writing about that in the papers or talking about that incident. Our initial plan that we are still pursuing was that we invite the Zanu-PF leadership starting with national political commissar to do the ground breaking ceremony, the VP to officiate at the fundraising ceremony and finally we will invite the President to do the official opening of the school.
Wimbo is believed to have prophesied in 1957 that independent Zimbabwe will be led by a person with the name of an angel and in 1980, President Mugabe whose middle name is Gabriel became Prime Minister. In 2003, he is also believed to have prophesied that Zimbabwe will use the US dollar as its official currency.
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