Some of the church members made stunning allegations against leader of the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe Bishop Johannes Ndanga, accusing him of perpetrating violence.The vapositori, who are self actors, stood one by one giving a defence outline and all of them denied ever engaging in public violence or assaulting any member of the delegation who visited their shrine.
One of the members, Takavengwa Gwenzi asked the court to allow him to chronicle what transpired and he indicated that they had previous grudges with Ndanga, whom they accused of forcing them to join his organisation.
Gwenzi alleged that Ndanga wanted their support saying he indicated he will be representing the interests of all the vapositori if he becomes Zimbabwe’s Vice President.Gwenzi alleged that Ndanga said he had political muscles and had power to determine their future.
After giving the court evidence of their history, the man then denied participating in assaulting police officers and others who had visited their shrine. The matter has been postponed to next week for trial continuation.