Tinashe Sambiri|Zimbabwean cleric, Bishop Ancelimo Magaya has confronted the Zanu PF leader Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa over “introduction of paganism in the country.”
The cleric reprimanded Mr Mnangagwa for “attempting to divert the nation’s attention from the worship of one true God.”
Mr Mnangagwa wants to entrench the nation into paganism, according to the cleric.
According to biblical principles, paganism is an abomination before God.
See Bishop Magaya’s statement below:
Paganistic practices in Zimbabwean government; An abomination before God.
By Bishop Ancelimo Magaya
It saddens the heart to note that once again, today on May 25, ZIMBABWE witnesses yet another huge installment towards idolatry and paganism. The setting up of “Mbuya Nehanda” statue brings to memory attempts by king Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon to divert Daniel and his Hebrew companions from the worship of one true God as he entrenched the nation into paganism about 2500 years ago.
It is beyond doubt now that we have at the helm of this country, a leadership in form of President Mnangangwa who, though convenes national days of prayer at state house, is a pagan at core. There is a deep sense that our national political leadership visit spirit mediums at night to get instructions on how they should lead Zimbabwe. It is clear that Zimbabwe is being led by pagans and the abysmal extent of this paganism is shocking. It should be noted that the coincidence of the setting up of this statue with the developments in Zvimba where it is reported that the former president RG Mugabe’s remains must be redug is deliberately contrived to entrench this nation into deep paganism.
Zimbabweans and in particular the church should not be blind to issues behind issues here.
I call upon the church to rise in prayer and pull down all such demonic forces and practices expressed in these diabolic relics, statues , enchantments and charms associated with tempering with the bodies of the deceased under the guys of proper reburial.
Prophet Isaiah warns strongly that when a nation goes corrupt, unjust, violent and idolatry, the economy will go down ( Chapter 1 vs 1-23 ). Zimbabwe has all these combined.
President and cabinet, be warned. Also Zimbabweans should be told how much in terms of money has gone into this project.
Blessed is a Nation whose God is Jehovah not this religious syncretism.
God Save Zimbabwe.