TSVANGIRAI SEEKS ENDORSEMENT FROM GOD | MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has moved to reach out to the country’s Christian community which he has urged to register for next year’s elections according to reported.
This comes after statistics by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission showed that the larger majority of locals were stay away from the current Biometric Voter Registration process.
“I am kindly appealing to all pastors and members of the clergy in our Christian faith and the broader church fraternity to mobilise the congregants to register to vote,” Tsvangirai wrote in a letter directed to Christians Thursday.
“I am kindly appealing to all pastors and members of the clergy in our Christian faith and the broader church fraternity to mobilise the congregants to register to vote,” he said. “Fellow Christians, our country is on the crossroads and let us all register to vote for a God-fearing government (Psalms 127:1) that can be trusted win rebuilding a democratic united and prosperous nation.
“The national hope lies in the church to assist in shepherding our beloved country to new dispensation.”
“We hold the conviction that God loves Zimbabwe and we look to a bright future in hope and faith,” he said.
“Let us pray and urge all congregants to register and vote in the next election. Nothing is impossible because the Lord we serve is a God of eternal goodness and mercy.”