Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Vapositori Urge Chamisa To Withdraw Election Results Challenge

A section of members of the apostolic sect aligned to Zanu PF has implored MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to withdraw his election results challenge for the sake of progress.


Addressing the media in Harare yesterday, the Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council
(ZACC) said that the election result challenge by MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa had already created a stalemate.

The organisation urged Chamisa to “put the country first” by dropping the challenge.
Vapositori Urge Chamisa To Withdraw Election Results Challenge
“As the Church in Zimbabwe, representing apostolic sects in the land, we prayed for peace and we
observed that the elections were held in a free and fair environment ... However, we are now surprised that Chamisa, who claims to be a pastor wants to foment chaos and suffering among Zimbabweans.

It is trite that Zimbabweans are peace loving and God fearing people and do not want to be abused by political leaders who are more concerned with attaining their Chamisa’s court challenge front page selfish goals,” claimed ZACC patron Jimaya Muduvuri.

Muduvuri is a declared Zanu PF sympathiser. Chamisa is disputing the election results citing irregularities the voting process.

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