Ezekiel Guti jnr buried

HARARE - Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (Zaoga Forward in Faith) evangelist Ezekiel Guti junior, who died on December 27, was laid to rest at Glen Forest Memorial Cemetery in Harare yesterday after three days of celebrating his legacy as the man who defied all odds.

The Guti family refused to moan or wear black as they preferred to put on white, together with their guests in celebration of the only son of Zaoga Forward in Faith founder Ezekiel Guti.

The late 35-year-old, who was living with disability, was given a hero’s send-off with a police escort to the cemetery and Air Force of Zimbabwe Band providing entertainment at the graveside.

Sisters of the late Ezekiel presented an 18-carat gold ring with diamonds to his 34-year-old wife Caroline, as a sign that they will continue loving her although their brother has died.

Caroline told people at the ceremony of the unconditional love she got from Ezekiel junior and how he would tell her every morning that he loved her.

Among the dignitaries who graced the proceedings were government and opposition officials, including ministers Priscah Mupfumira, Miriam Chikukwa, Paul Mavhima as well as MDC vice presidents Nelson Chamisa and Elias Mudzuri.

Guti senior said there was no need to question why his son had died as it was the will of God, as he went on to continue serving God.

Comments (3)

18 carat gold, eh? Mari yemakasa neyekupihwa mahara haisi yeziya. Those who give $ to these fake prophets are fools indeed.

Moe Syslack - 16 January 2018

@Moe You are assuming that they got the money from the church or that they received some kind of donation. This is not the case in Zaoga FIF. All the members are taught to work with their own hands including the Pastors. The Guti family members are hardworkers and they work talents all the time and hence it is possible that they raised their own money. Further, the way the finances are run, it is simply not possible to suggest that they got the money from the church.

Petros Magomazi - 17 January 2018

I think the way the church is run there is little room for abuse of funds. So lets not conclude

baba vaMunenyasha kuKaroi - 17 January 2018

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