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Published: May 16, 2012
Chitungwiza(ZimEye)An aged African Apostolic Faith Church leader, Mutumwa Paul Mwazha at the weekend made a claim that he would travel 20,000 kilometres to the Islamic republic of Pakistan and as soon as steps his feet on the land, complete peace will immediately cover the whole country.
Like Zimbabwe, Pakistan has experienced several decades of turmoil including military rule and lawlessness.
The church leader however stated that he would bring total peace to Pakistan.
“The moment l set my foot on Pakistan soil there will be total peace in that land,” said the 94 year old African Vapostori Sect leader in a homily on Saturday 12 at an open-air church service in Zengeza 2.
He also stated that all churches shall one day join his Apostolic sect since it was the only ‘church’ left and there was “only one God, one Spirit and one Jesus”. He said he had been sent and had at one time gone to heaven and back. He had seen Jesus only once but now he hears only a voice. The 94 year old physical exercise enthusiast and clerk told thousands of his congregants and invitees that he had been baptised with the same baptism as Moses, Elijah and Jesus.
He said when he went to heaven God wanted to send him down to earth to his fellow men as an angel but he had refused since this would shock the people down here.
He therefore asked to be sent in human bodily form like Jesus so that fellow men would not be stunned. He said members of his church would fly to heaven , talk to God and come back to earth.
His congregants shall receive holy water so that electricity will not hurt, shock or electrocute them, there will not be involved in accidents, witches and wizards will not come to their houses, etc as long as the they had faith. He gave an example of one of his bishops in Botswana who survived after getting an electric shock that killed three other people. Many people at the church gathering claimed they had seen stars which their sect leader said were angels. The claim, made by many including a young school boy Edward Chakanyuka, could not be independently substantiated. (ZIMBABWE, ZimEye)