Church leaders come together to fight against corruption
Different church leaders, took to silent protest against corruption this week.
Following the accusations of politicians looting government funds which are meant for the vulnerable. Church leaders decided to put a stop on the ongoing corruption. After church organisations around South Africa reached a conclusion to persuade all church leaders from across nine provinces to join hands and protest and pray against corruption.
According to a source, all church leaders from nine provinces of South Africa have joined hands and participated in this initiative.
In Durban, church leaders were protesting outside the Marine buildings, on 23 Dorothy Nyembe street. Their protest was a duration of almost two hours. They whistled whilst holding the placards written “corruption is a sin against God and the vulnerable”, others were written “we are against corruption”.
Pastor Andile KaMajola, and some members from different churches in Durban were present. Nonhlanhla Nsele from Truth of God congregation, said, “Sometimes prayer is the only answer to every problem, and that is one of the reason of this protest is to pray against corruption”.
Sbongiseni Mfeka, secretary of Faith Mission Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Mfeka, said the church supports this movement 100%. “Most of South African problems starts from corruption done by the leaders. The solution is for leaders to change their ways,” he said.
Picture: Sanelisiwe Nhlangulela