Disgraced Kunonga to lose property

HARARE - Ex-communicated Anglican bishop Nolbert Kunonga is set to lose various properties to the Church of the Province of Central Africa which is moving to recover debts owed to it by the cleric.

This follows a Supreme Court ruling earlier this year ordering the bishop to pay the Anglican Church $427 000 as compensation for shares he sold after he led the church into schism in 2007.

In a notice yesterday, LM Auctioneers said it had been instructed by the Sherriff of the High Court to auction off property that includes a tractor, 10 dish roam planter, gaspardo seed planter, 600 litre tank boomspray among other essentials.

The property attachment satisfies Supreme Court Judge Yunus Omerjee’s 2012 ruling that Kunonga had no right to the church’s property because he left the mainstream Anglican Church.

Zimbabwe’s Anglican Church had been divided since Kunonga, a loyalist to President Robert Mugabe, was excommunicated in 2007 by the main Anglican Province of Central Africa and the worldwide head of the church for inciting violence in sermons supporting Mugabe’s Zanu PF party. 

Comments (3)

Kunonga the devil's advocate is now a heap of manure. He thought he was God when he ran amok grabbing church property in the name on politics. Shame on you and may the Lord punish you accordingly. Icho!!

Madhunamutuna - 22 September 2017

Kunonga may still be the right hand man of the lord(christ) before the church, bec he rejected gay obscenities just like what itz in the presence of lord;however thisz not withstanding his violation of property rights as regards to the evil church's properties

addmore gudo - 22 September 2017

Satan's servant has fallen on "bad times" kkkkk

Sagitarr - 25 September 2017

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