The granted request

It was like a joke when the Vapostori and Zion 4 ED secretary for information Madzibaba Obey Mapuranga read through the requests by the apex council led by Bishop Washington Mugodhi and National chairperson Madzibaba Mosie ( Lloyd Gwasarira) to President Dr E.D Mnangagwa on the Prayer convention held at the Zimbabwe grounds in Highfield on 03 June 2023.

On their list, they requested for one of the Senior Church Founding Fathers to be accorded National Hero status without naming a particular founding father.

By now we don’t know if it was a prophecy or not, the request was made to the listening President who granted their wish to the satisfaction of everyone in Zimbabwe.

The Vapostori and Zionists made the request inclusively of all indigenous church leaders regardless of the denominations and we noticed the granting of the hero’s status to Father Archbishop Ezekiel Guti by President Dr E.D Mnangagwa and his ZANU PF party who recognized the philanthropy work done by Archbishop Ezekiel Guti not limited to the work of preaching the word of God across the world.

Archbishop Ezekiel Guti

By being accorded the hero status it means we are going to celebrate his life nationally on every hero’s day together with other fallen heroes and this means we have a complete history as some of the Fathers participated in helping the comrades during the armed struggle.

Other Christians across the country remember Archbishop Guti because of his Bravery attitude when it comes to defending the true gospel of God when he advised the nation not to participate in a cult event that was held at the National sports stadium which was going to change the dimension of Christianity in Zimbabwe.

Second from left Muzhangiri. Mapuranga. Chikobvu driving the Vapostori 4ED

The National Coordinator for Vapostori 4ED Emmanuel Muzhangiri urged the Christians to take up from where Archbishop Ezekiel Guti left off and not allow anyone to change our beliefs because of money-accepting unbiblical methods of satanic establishments and being turned to gays, lesbians and transgender.

It is now time for repentance, peace, unity and development as we remember the words of Archbishop Ezekiel Guti.

Rest in Peace Archbishop Ezekiel Guti you have fought the battle and you have won the race.

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