TB Joshua, Prophet DD Isaac, Pastor Evan & Others Pays Tribute To Morgan Tsvangirai

TSVANGIRAI HAD BATTLED WITH COLON CANCER FOR AT LEAST TWO YEARS, BEFORE HIS CONDITION TOOK A NOSEDIVE EARLY THIS WEEK.

TB Joshua, Prophet DD Isaac, Pastor Evan & Others Pays Tribute To Morgan Tsvangirai
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Many clerics have responded to the saddening news of the passing away of  MDC- leader and former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Morgan Richard Tsvangirai who died yesterday.

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Posting on his official Twitter account, popular Nigerian cleric and founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), T.B. Joshua expressed his condolences to the family of Morgan Tsvangirai and the nation of Zimbabwe.

He wrote:

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Prophet DD Isaac, a Zambian prophet based in South Africa and Senior Pastor and founder of Holy Ghost Embassy and the Prophet DD Isaacs Ministry who appealed to his followers last month to pray for the deceased former Prime Minister also paid tribute.

The DDtv founder posted on his facebook page: 

‘Rest in peace Morgan Tsvangirai, words cannot even begin to express our sorrow, may the family be comforted by the outpouring love of God.

Morgan Tsvangirai https://g.co/kgs/XM1a5D’

Pastor Evan Mawarire, the man behind  #ThisFlag movement also took to Twitter to share his condolences.

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Another clergyman who also mourned Mr Tsvangirai is former Faith Ministries Pastor Shingi Albert Munyeza who in his tribute described the late as the bravest of all politician of this time.

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Mr Tsvangirai succumbed to colon cancer at Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre in Johannesburg yesterday around 5 pm. He was 65.  Tsvangirai’s spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka confirmed the tragic news last night, saying “our democratic icon is no more”.

Tsvangirai had battled with Colon Cancer for at least two years, before his condition took a nosedive early this week, resulting in him being taken to the hospital’s intensive care unit.

As it stands, the government has instructed the Zimbabwean Embassy in Pretoria to assist the Tsvangirai family in any way appropriate, including meeting expenses attendant to the handling of the body of the now deceased, pending decisions to be made later.