THE Anglican Church, led by Bishop Chad Gandiya, is yet to repossess three of the church’s vehicles from three parishes under excommunicated leader Nolbert Kunonga.
Report by Feluna Nleya
Church of the Province of Central Africa (CPCA) diocesan secretary Reverend Clifford Dzavo said their inventory indicated that Kunonga had not returned numerous properties as instructed by the Supreme Court in its ruling last year.
“There are three parishes which are still to repossess cars from Kunonga. The parishes are in Highlands, Glen View and St Claire in Murehwa.”
He said more parishes were still making reconciliations.
Kunonga and his followers were ordered to surrender all church properties after losing a protracted five-year battle for the control of the Anglican Church’s assets.
The CPCA claimed Kunonga abused church property and a lot of the property had been run down.
The CPCA also held cleansing ceremonies by sprinkling holy water in church buildings and conducting prayers as a way of exorcising the properties which had allegedly been defiled.