HARARE, Award-winning journalist Hopewell Chin’ono has praised the Catholic Church in Zimbabwe for their unrelenting stance against the oppressive Zanu-pf regime. In a tweet on Sunday, Chin’ono described his experience at a Catholic Mass, commending the powerful and unfiltered way in which the word of God was delivered.

Chin’ono, a vocal critic of the government, also lauded the Catholic Church for their commitment to human rights and their willingness to call out dictatorships, in contrast to some Pentecostal churches and Vapositori who are often led by “fake prophets” controlled by Zanu-pf mafias.

The Catholic Church in Zimbabwe has a long history of speaking out against human rights abuses and political oppression. In the 1980s, they were instrumental in the struggle against the brutal regime of Robert Mugabe, and in recent years, they have continued to speak out against the current government’s abuses of power.

While some religious leaders in Zimbabwe have been accused of pandering to the ruling party, the Catholic Church has remained a steadfast voice for justice and human rights. Their commitment to speaking truth to power is an inspiration to all who value democracy and freedom.

As Zimbabwe prepares for presidential elections in 2023, it is more important than ever that voices like that of the Catholic Church are heard. The church’s message of hope and justice is a powerful reminder that even in the darkest of times, the light of truth can never be extinguished.

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