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    Tuesday, 23 April 2019

    Alliance Church in Zimbabwe donates R100 000 goods to Idai victims

     Apostle Charles Josiya, Pastor Langton Mazuka and
    Bishop Fred Amuli at Alliance church in Masvingo as
    they prepare to leave with the goods to Mutare.


    The Alliance Church in Zimbabwe has donated goods worth R100 000 towards Cyclone Idai victims in Chipinge and Chimanimani.
    The goods which were donated to 100 families included 100, 5.7L pots, 100, 3.5L pots, 400 large plates, 400 small plates, 200 20L buckets, 300 packets of Farai sanitary pads, 600 bars of laundry soap, 100 metal dishes and 400 cups.
    The goods were handed over to Manicaland provincial administrator in Mutare, Edgar Seenza last Wednesday by national Overseer, Bishop Tsitsi Chauke, deputy national Overseer Bishop Fred Amuli, Midlands District Overseer, Pastor Langton Mazuka and Masvingo District overseer, Apostle Charles Josiya.
    Members from all the six district of the Alliance Church in Zimbabwe made contributions towards the purchase of the goods and earlier they had donated clothes to the victims of probably the worst disaster to hit the country in living memory.
    “After having donated clothes to the victims we made enquiries from Chimanimani and Chipinge and we were advised that there is a critical shortage of sanitary wares, pots and soap. We then approached our members for contributions and they managed to raise R100 000 which we used to buy the goods, said Bishop Amuli on Tuesday before they left for Mutare with the goods.
    The goods were bought in Masvingo where Elder Muza coordinated the activities.
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