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Gandiya, Kunonga feud rages on

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BISHOP Chad Gandiya of the Anglican Church of the Province of Central Africa (CPCA) has said his church will not give up on the fight for the control of church properties that were taken over by the excommunicated Nolbert Kunonga’s faction in the on-going wrangle for control of the church assets.

Report by Kupakwashe Makonye Own Correspondent

Gandiya told NewsDay during his church’s second annual diocesan conference last week that the CPCA was “unstoppable” and would continue to fight for their properties while at the same time building other facilities starting with Norton and Waterfalls.

“On the issue of property, we are not going to go empty-handed. We will continue to fight for the property as it is registered in the name of the church.

“Our local church is expanding and we are building a church in Waterfalls and another in Norton. The life of the church has not stopped and the outreach programmes are still going on,” Gandiya said.

“This conference bears testimony that we are a church at work contrary to what people may think. It is still alive and kicking carrying out its mission which is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

There have been long-standing disputes between the rival factions over control of church property ever since Kunonga was excommunicated.

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