A renowned Ghananian clergyman has expressed optimism on Zimbabwe's future, saying the country was set to prosper again. The 79-year-old Apostle Enoch Immanuel Amanor Agbozo said God had great plans for Zimbabwe. Apostle Agbozo is in the country where he held several meetings with local pastors and preached. He is visiting various African countries on what he termed "Africa Redemption Mission".
"The cloud on Zimbabwe has gone," said Apostle Agbozo in an interview.
"People can now see Zimbabwe properly and this signifies good times for Zimbabwe. That stone and cloud has now been removed. The spiritual cloud has been removed and Zimbabwe can now move forward."
Turning to his Africa Redemption Mission, Apostle Agbozo said it was a missionary outreach for reconciliation, redemption and restoration of glory to Africa under God and Jesus Christ. He castigated what he called political, spiritual and social infidelity in Africa, a development that has seen churches disintegrating. Apostle Agbozo said spiritual infidelity had seen mushrooming of churches formed as a result of greed.
Political infidelity, he said, had a knock effect on the continent as economies failed to perform well. This, he said, had resulted in the continent remaining backward and underdeveloped as people fail to pull in one direction. "We have lost it because of the perverse spirit," said Apostle Agbozo.
"There is a force that controls Africa that is wicked. Even at family level, there is no stability."
Apostle Agbozo said it was time for Africa to work together.