War veterans should apologise: Vapostori

Zanu PF bootlicker, Johannes Ndanga, has called on underfire war veterans leader Christopher Mutsvangwa and his executive to seek audience with President Robert Mugabe and apologise for their “transgressions”.

Source: War veterans should apologise: Vapostori – NewsDay Zimbabwe August 8, 2016

By Jairos Saunyama

Addressing thousands of congregants at The True Apostolic Faith Mission of the Whole World (TRUE) apostolic sect in Magunje on Saturday Ndanga, the president of the Zimbabwe Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe, blasted war veterans for severing ties with Mugabe, describing the move as an act of indiscipline.

Higher and Tertiary Education deputy minister, Godfrey Gandawa, and three local chiefs attended the event.

“There is confusion in all this. The war veterans are acting as if they liberated themselves only. What about the general populace? Those who they fought for are silent. What is this noise all about? I have an army background, and was taught of discipline. If these guys are true war veterans why are they not disciplined?” Ndanga asked.

“They should go back to their leaders, lest they will become paupers soon. They should apologise, sit down and end this confusion. The war veterans’ behaviour will result in the youths becoming rowdy, and some of them will have their farms taken over by the youths. We are praying for the nation and people should be calm, better days are coming.”

War veterans, long regarded as Mugabe’s last pillar of defence, recently severed ties with the Zanu PF strongman through a damning communiqué where they described him as a dictator.
But Ndanga said the move by Mutsvangwa’s executive was uncalled for and should be reversed. He also ruled out fears of civil unrest.

“People should be relaxed. There is no civil war. We prayed over it.

We saw it coming, but as apostolic sects we came together and prayed over it. People should remain calm and the economy will stabilise. We are just against the churches that emerge during times of crisis, and these churches should not be taken seriously. They have their headquarters in the Western countries. The government should work with the traditional churches like apostolic sects and all will be fine,” he said.


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    Joe Cool 6 years ago

    Where did you learn your religion from asshole? Not the western enemy?

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    ntaba 6 years ago

    What – might we ask this Learned Man of the Cloth – should Mugabe and Zanu do about the 20 000 Matabeleland civilians they murdered in the Gukuruhundi? Was that by any small chance a “Transgression in Vapastori speak?”
    Murder 1 person and you are a murderer, murder 50 and you are a mad man – but murder 20 000 and the Queen will give you a Knighthood, universities give you doctorates and the Vapastori call you the son of God? Interesting post mortem of one Robert Gabriel Mugabe?

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      Joe Cool 6 years ago

      The Knighthood and the doctorate were in gratitude for assisting them out of the mess they had created. The ‘son of God’ accolade is in exchange for material hand-outs.

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    Ndarota???? 6 years ago

    Church dzevanhu vasinga verengi bhaibheri, nechikoro hapana, kana vana vakaita chirwere che MHEZI havaendesi kuchipatara. Zvavo zviroto. Zviroto zviroto. Basa ndero Ku ROTOMOKA.

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    Felix Kunakirwa 6 years ago

    Iwe mupositori uri kugara muzmbabwe here ? Why are you so ignorent of the situation in Zimbabwe? Why did men of the cloth beat the police the other year ? Did you apologise to the old man for thrashing his police? Instead you should be asking the president to apologise to the war verterans for not sticking to what they fought for and apologise to the Zimbabweans at large for failing them and destroying the country’s great economy and hiding behind sunctions. Masunctions ndiwo here akaita misappropriate $15b , that money plus plenty that is being stolen up to could see our country a long way. With all the resources we have in our country we should not be where we are today if they were being well managed. Look at Botswana, just next door . I should think we have more mineral resources than them, but they are far better than us , WHY?