By Edward Makuzva.
Harare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) – After the failure of leadership of 2013 elections which held five years ago, Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) President, Jacob Ngarivhume has understood that he had to put his teachings into practice and citizens of all faiths have a duty to bring their values into the political arena to transform society.
Addressing a packed crowd Sunday, in Marondera, President Ngarivhume said the TZ journey started as a prayer group after understanding that Zimbabwe needed intercessions, which then lead to the birth of prayer Network Zimbabwe (PNZ), in 2009.
The TZ President added that an election is first won in the sprit realm before it is won in the ballot box.
Ngarivhume highlighted that PNZ started to pray for the 2018 harmonized elections back in 2009 when God had revealed to them that the presidential candidates and everything, God showed him, has been coming into reality.
“If Zimbabwe fails to raise leaders who fear God, then Zimbabwe will never be saved from the mess, which we find ourselves in.
“God Fearing leaders can transform this nation and set it back on the track”, Ngarivhume explained.
The TZ President said economic recovery policies is the need to attract Foreign Direct Investment( FDI) but to attract investors, and Zimbabwe need to have a policy that claim 51 % off in every business invested.
“TZ fought for electoral reforms, together with other democratic forces under the banner of NERA to have free and fair elections this year”.
He added that the current crop of leaders is all corrupt and they will never stop corruption. He fumed it was Obert Mpofu Minister of Home Affairs and Zanu Pf Secretary for administration nicknamed “Dumbuguru” condemns corruption while he is the master of the game.
Speaking at the same occasion TZ amai Nyashadzashe Ngarivhume encouraged the people to register to vote and also to cast their vote wisely in this year’s election.
Meanwhile, Ngarivhume promised the people of Marondera that the 2018 elections will be well and the results will leave the nation shocked.
He said Former President Mugabe was the Red Sea and now Mnangagwa is the Jordan River, so easy to cross.
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