by Christopher Makaza.
Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) has highly applauded President Emmerson Mnangagwa's efforts to transform the country's economy and the welfare of its citizens.
In an interview with Harare Post at the sidelines of Zanu PF rally in Mutare, ACCZ Manicaland Vice Chairman, Bishop Herbert Pfaireni Manzinde highlighted that President Mnangagwa has done a lot of notable developments since he took over from former President Robert Mugabe, and because of that, he said their church members would vote for him on 30 July.
"As ACCZ, we are fully behind President Mnangagwa and his administration. He has so far made a lot of changes, among them free medical assistance to the elderly and the young, roads are being rehabilitated, the industry is now taking shape and civil servants welfare is being improved.
"President Mnangagwa has also made Zanu PF stronger than it was in the old dispensation. He introduced democracy which we have since been clamouring for, and no doubt he will win resoundingly," he said.
Bishop Manzinde, however, appealed for church stands as most of the indigenous churches are using open spaces as their places of worship.
"We are desperately in need of church stands, we want our President to intervene as local authorities especially those under the leadership of MDC are failing to assist us," he said.