Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder Tapiwa Freddy’s property in Glen View has been destroyed by City of Harare after it was illegally constructed.
Freddy’s church in Glen View was demolished in 2020, after the council descended on Glen View high density suburb and demolished illegal structures.
Following the demolition, he released a song, ‘Ndiri Kurwadziwa’ expressing his pain over the church’s destruction.
However, in the latest development, Freddy appeared to be a victim again.
Despite producing all his paperwork, City of Harare proceeded to demolish.
He posted the events on his Facebook Page crying foul.
“Today is a challenging day for me as my residential house has been demolished.
“It’s a distressing situation, especially considering that six years ago, the Harare City Council legally allocated me a residential stand in Glen View. I followed all the necessary regulations and paperwork to build a small house that I could afford.
“Unfortunately, this is not the only hardship I have faced. Our church was also demolished 2 years ago, marking the second time I have been directly affected by such an event. In the face of these difficulties, I turn to prayer and encourage my fellow church members not to lose heart.
“Despite the setbacks, I remain steadfast in my faith and trust that there is a reason why God allows such things to happen. Today, even with my house demolished, I will continue to hold on to my unwavering belief in Him.”
“Furthermore, I am determined to persevere and move forward.
That is why I invite everyone to join us tomorrow Friday ,29 September at our Night of Revival (pungwe!), which will take place at our new premises located at the corner of High Glen Road and Mushayabhande Road in Glen Norah B, Harare.”
“So, today may bring challenges, but it also presents an opportunity for renewal and strength. I am resolved to find solace and comfort in my faith, knowing that God has a plan for me, my home, and my church,” posted Freddy.