Ngarivhume Condemns Harassment Of Apostle Chiwenga
Transform Zimbabwe president Jacob Ngarivhume has condemned the harassment of prominent Harare preacher Apostle Talent Chiwenga by suspected state security agents.
Below is Ngarivhume’s statement:
We condemn in the strongest possible sense the harassment and threats towards the church by VP Chiwenga. This is completely unacceptable as freedom of worship is guaranteed in our supreme Constitution.
VP Chiwenga recently threatened to deal with a Harare preacher Apostle Talent Chiwenga, who happens to be his relative. This is uncalled for and we condemn the VP’s action very strongly.
If this government feels it is their policy to attack the church and its clergymen, then we want to make it known to them that this is a very wrong path to follow. It breeds animosity and destroys the little trust the Nation now has in its administration.
Instead, they must focus on dealing with the economy disintegrating daily before our eyes, which has impoverished all and sundry. The government must deal decisively with corruption which has now reached national security threat levels. They must also stop diversionary theatrics and attend to the urgent economic challenges that the people are facing.
Zimbabweans need reprieve, and to witness the government focus on attacking clergymen at a time like tris, it’s a joke.
God bless all you hard-working Zimbabweans in times of great economic challenges we face, and those Man of God who preach the truth even in face of threats to their person and families. Take heart, freedom is on the way.
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