20 November 2012

Zimbabwe: Justice At Last for the Anglican Parishioners

press release

The MDC commends the well reasoned out judgment by Supreme Court judge, Chief justice Luke Malaba which brings to finality the case of Kunonga, who for a couple of years has been tormenting the Anglican Church fellowship for selfish political gains.

Kunonga's hooliganism did not only cause untold suffering to the innocent congregants of the Anglican Church but was a misguided and heinous affront to the wish and work of the Almighty God. It is unfortunate that the disgraced Zanu PF activist could be as such blatant and callous as to defy the power of the Lord in order to please some selfish man of flesh.

Kunonga's case should serve as a lesson to all those merchants of tyranny masquerading as churches, who seek to challenge the power of the Lord at the instigation of some purported powerful institutions, that their days are numbered and will certainly suffer the wrath of God.

The MDC applauds the resilience and strength of the Anglican Church of the province of Central Africa fellowship in their struggle against evil machinations fronted by Kunonga and warn other religious deviants who are abusing hapless congregants in the guise of indigenous churches to advance evil political gains that they also shall crumble like a deck of cards against the real and true power of God.

The word of God in Proverbs chapter 26 verse 27 says "whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein: and he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him." So shall it be on them that defy the will of God.

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