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Zimbabwe’s Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has slapped in the face Zimbabwe’s pentecostal prophets led by Emmanuel Makandiwa and Walter Magaya saying the “anointed” preachers must prophesy-out what happened to abducted democracy activist Itai Dzamara.
Dzamara, a journalist and political activist, disappeared on the 9th of March 2015 and government’s notorious CIO has been blamed for it all.
But Mnangagwa denied this saying government is also looking for what he said is a mere “answer”.
Mnangagwa told the Zanu PF Midlands Provincial Co-ordinating Committee meeting that everyone regrets what happened to Dzamara and the government is looking for answers.
The Vice President said every single citizen must be protected by the state and security agents including the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) are all out trying to find out what could have happened to Dzamara.
“We all regret what happened to Itai Dzamara and as government we have no answers. Both the police and the CIO are all out to try and find out what happened. Every single citizen must be protected by the state,” said Mnangagwa.
He then added that prophets must join and prophesy out what on earth is going on.
“We appeal to churches, including prophets (Magaya, Makandiwa), who can assist in finding Dzamara to do so as everyone is worried and concerned about him,” he added.
The High Court has since ordered state to regularly report to Dzamara’s lawyers and family about the progress made in the search and the investigation into his disappearance.