PASTOR NELSON CHAMISA IS A YOUNG PUPPET POLITICIAN OF THE WEST WHO ARE USING HIM TO RECOLONISE ZIMBABWE according to the controversial Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi

PASTOR NELSON CHAMISA IS A YOUNG PUPPET POLITICIAN OF THE WEST WHO ARE USING HIM TO RECOLONISE ZIMBABWE according to the controversial Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi , while ordaining President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the rightful king send by God.

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In November, 2016 , Nelson Chamisa the then Kuwadzana MP, now MDC president was ordained pastor after completing a diploma in theology with the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe’s Living Waters Theological Seminary in Harare. When asked how he was going to balance the dirty world of politics and Christianity, Adv Chamisa said: “Politics is not a dark world. It is politicians who make politics dirty. We must be the light to the world, salt to the earth.”
He urged other public office holders, celebrities and ordinary Zimbabweans to seek God in their lives.

Speaking during the Chief Nhema senatorship festival recently, Bishop Mutendi said there is a difference between a king and a rightful king saying the latter comes from God.

Mutendi, whom many questioned whether his message was coming from the spiritual realm or his head, said that Chamisa still has a long road to travel to be the rightful king for the country as he lacks the merits of a true leader.

“The whites are still bitter that we took our country from them. They have for long tried to make their way back into the country but have failed so they have now devised a new strategy to retake our country using a puppet Chamisa.

“Do not be fooled with the opposition because they are being used by the whites who have a hidden agenda. They know they will not be able to have their way in this country with Zanu-PF in power which is why they have chosen Chamisa.

“This is why we have sanctions and all these problems which are being caused by Chamisa. Do not blame the government because it is trying to better the lives of its people though it will not happen overnight,” said Mutendi.

Mutendi said the people of Zimbabwe have faith in the ruling Zanu-PF party and have shut out Chamisa because they know he is not right for the country.

“The people of Zimbabwe know that MDC is a project of the West which is why they fail to win elections. The people do not want Chamisa to rule the country because they know the whites will come back and occupy our land.

“For person to be a right king, he should learn first the history of the country and appreciate it from those in power. Chamisa does not know the history of this country and cannot be the right king,” said Mutendi.

Mutendi said the reason why the opposition has failed to take over power from Zanu-PF is because no man can fight what God has chosen and be successful. Byo24
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