News:President Mugabe Comments On Pastor Evan Mawarire. Says He Is Free To Go To France, US
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President Mugabe commented on Pastor Evan Mawarire and has accused him of inciting violence. Mugabe said these remarks during the burial of the late Dr Charles Utete at the National Heroes Acre in Harare. He also said that as a man of God, Mawarire should be preaching biblical peace.
The Mawarire's, you know him and those who believe in him that way of living in our country, well they are not part of us, they are not part of us as we try to live together. If they don't like to live with us, let them go to those who are sponsoring them. To the countries of those who are sponsoring them, fine. You can't urge people to adopt violence, violent demonstrations as the way of life or the way of solving grievances. No. We say, 'No. Forever No.' Find another environment, if you are a pastor. I don't know if he is a man of religion. A man of religion we would hope would preach biblical peace. The first Corinthians what does it say? Love one another, not Destroy one another, fight one another. So the idea these man of cloth, cloak, not all of them are true preachers of the bible. I don't know whether they are serving God. Well we spell God double G-O-D, they spell God in reverse.
You can listen to the audio of President Mugabe's address below:
- Alfred Munhenga (King Alfred)
- Moe Chanda
- Bessy Muzvidzwa
- Tendai Chirau
- George Nare
- Godwills Masimirembwa
- Joseph Kalimbwe
- Mufakose 3 High School
- Mufakose Mhuriimwe Secondary School
- Muguta Secondary School