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Paul Mwazha is the founder and leader of the African Apostolic Church. Mwazha is sensationally referred by his followers as "Mutumwa" a title which can be equated to Apostle due to his type of message which is said to be teaching oriented.

Mwazha received his Divine calling in 1951 in a vision. It is said that the Angels told him in a vision that “Who can we commission, who can go on our behalf”. Between 1951 and 1955, he worked at Sadza as doubling as both headmaster at the school and also lay preacher.

He formed the African Apostolic Church in 1959 after serving in the Roman Catholic Church since childhood.

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