Leader of the Johanne the Fifth of Africa Church Bishop Andby Makururu is set to transform his apostolic sect by building a majestic church in the small mining town of Mvuma in the Midlands province.
Bishop Makururu is canvassing votes for the ruling party ZANU-PF ahead of the 2023
Apostolic sects are known for praying in open spaces and sometimes have clashed with authorities.
Some of the apostolic sect churches have been using the bush as an ablution facility which later becomes a health time bomb.
In an interview with this publication Bishop Makururu who recently acquired the land was ecstatic.
“I have just acquired a 50-hectare land in Mvuma to build the Johhane the Fifth of Africa centre. We are going to build a church, college and other buildings. I was guided by the spirit to build the church and other facilities,” he said
“Construction is starting very soon as we are working on other logistics, we are transforming the church to meet global standards,” he added
Bishop Makururu is also building a training centre in Manicaland province.
“l am also building a training centre in Manicaland, in Mutasa district, there will be a bakery, carpentry, sewing home, this is a way of empowering our community so that youths will not abuse drugs,” he added
Bishop Makururu is touring the country converting Citizens Coalitions for Change (CCC) supporters to join the ruling party Zanu PF.