Madzibaba Andby to build school, clinic for church
By STAFF REPORTER
IN ANOTHER move that is set to inspire the Vapotsori sect to meet universal children’s rights standards, Johanne the Fifth of Africa leader, Andby Makururu is planning to build a clinic and school for the church.
The award-winning prophet revealed this during the church’s two-day national strategic meeting held at a local hotel in Mutare.
In the past, most of the Vapostori sects has resisted government’s health and education programmes by discouraging followers to seek medical attention and allowing their children to go to school.
This was Makururu’s first meeting with the top leadership of the church in 2021.
The church has been transforming itself to suit the global rights standards.
“The church is now everywhere, we are now in every province in the country and across the region and globe, so we need these national strategic meetings at the start of the year to outline our vision and to evaluate what we did right and wrong in the previous year,” he said.
Addressing the church leadership and prophets Makururu outlined his vision.
“In 2021 our vision is to build a clinic and a school for the church, that is my vision, we are going to start the project in Manicaland province,” he said.
The prophet also told the gathering that they will now hold weekly church gatherings on Saturday and Sunday.
“My spirit told me that they will not be coming to church on Friday, but now we are coming on Saturday and Sunday. Previously we would come to church on Friday and Sunday,” he said.
The prophet has won a couple of awards because of his charitable work through his non-governmental organisation Ruvheneko Rwenyenyedzi Trust.
Chairman of prophets in the church Daniel Mutore urged prophets to remain focused on the work of God as they are the face of the church.
“l urge all you prophets to remain focused on the work of God, as we are the face of the church,” he said.
Church spokesperson, John Maitere weighed in claiming that the meeting was fruitful.