MASVINGO – Prophet Passion Java splashed money in Masvingo on Friday last week as he and an Affirmative Action Group (AAG) team on tour of the country campaigning for Zanu PF made a whirlwind stop in the Ancient City.
The controversial pastor who has become President Mnangagwa’s foot soldier drove around the city and suburbs in a posh car dishing out money to youth, elders and children.
Java who has recently been seen a lot with the President was recently appointed deputy president of the Affirmative Action Group (AAG), a black empowerment organisation.
His tour to Masvingo included the newly appointed president of the AAG, Mike Chimombe and they addressed a meeting at Charles Austin Theatre.
Chimombe urged youth to join the ruling party and get rich.
The other recently appointed deputy presidents are Anastancia Ndlovu, Munyaradzi Kashambe and Mabutho Moyo.
Chimombe who is also Zanu-PF Youth secretary for indigenization and empowerment said Government was committed to supporting the youth to get rich. For the youth to realise that aspiration, the only way is to vote Zanu PF in 2023, he said.
“The only way to achieve the 2030 vision is to vote Zanu PF. Support the vision that will give you wealthy by making sure that Zanu gets 5 000 000 votes in 2023,” said Chimombe.
AAG was formed in 1994 by Phillip Chiyangwa and Peter Pamire as a lobby group to promote black economic empowerment.
In April, Chiyangwa appointed Mike Chimombe as the group President. Entrepreneur-cum Prophet Java, Anastancia Ndlovu, Munyaradzi Kashambe and Mabutho Moyo were appointed his deputies.
Since May, the new executive has been on a tour across the country to mobilise youths to vote for Zanu PF.
“You all have to make a choice to be rich. The President is working on ways to achieve a widespread economic empowerment for the youth,” said Java. https://masvingomirror.com