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African Apostolic Church Congregants Set To Gather For the First Time Since High Court Ruling On Leadership Wrangle

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Following the resolution of a long and divisive leadership wrangle by the High court congregants of the African Apostolic Church led by Arch-Bishop (Mutumwa) Ernest Paul Mwazha are set to throng Ndarikure, near Chaka Business Centre, Chirumanzu District in the Midlands province for the Church’s 2022 conference for the year 2022 and annual Holy Communion gathering slated for the 12th to 14th of August 2022.

African Apostolic Church Midlands’ Bishop Mahlangu told Great Dyke News that the church is expecting a full house as the event is being held during the school holidays.

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Bishop Mahlangu

A break-away faction led by Mutumwa Ernest Paul Mwazha’s son, Alfred Kushamisa Mwazha fought hard to wrestle the leadership. The moves were however stopped in a High Court ruling delivered on 27 June 2022 by High Court Judge, Justice Mangota.

The African Apostolic Church is one of the biggest Indigenous Apostolic Faith Churches with followers on all continents.

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