“Our Misfortunes Should Not Dissuade us From Believing in GOD” - Fhedzisani
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- Created on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 10:37
- Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:28
- Published on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 10:18
- Written by Shonisani Nevhulamba
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Limpopo Provincial Youth Chairperson, Mr Pumudzo Fhedzisani, encouraged the youth to remain steadfast in their belief in the almighty despite any mishaps in their lives. Mr Fhedzisani was speaking during a courtesy visit and prayer service for Miss Thendo Nngodiseni, a UAAC youth who was ambushed and assaulted by thugs at a Bus Stop at Maunavhathu village on her way to attend the UAAC National Conference on 22 June 2012. She spent three days at Tshilidzini hospital.
“What happened to Thendo should not demoralise her or any young person from attending church services. It was the work of the devil and we should remain strong in prayer and always look up to GOD for answers”, he said.
Mr Fhedzisani also indicated that the unfortunate incident on Thendo does not only affect her family, but the also the church at large. He also pledged to pay for Thendo‘s transportation fees for all the remaining 2012 Conferences in the church‘s calendar.
In response to the Chairperson‘s pledge and the prayer service, Thendo‘s mother, expressed a word of appreciation to the UAAC, particularly the youth leadership that took time out of their busy schedule to come and pray for Thendo. She indicated that their presence and willingness to help Thendo to recovery was much appreciated by the family. She concluded by saying that what happened to her daughter would not stop her from encouraging her children to attend church services.
Mr Fhedzisani was accompanied by Mr Rodney Munyadziwa, chairperson of Mpheni branch youth Committe, Mr Phumudzo Ramatshela, Isikelo branch youth member , Mr Eric Ramutsheli, Mpheni Choir leader, Mr Thendo Mufamadi, Youth secretary of Vuwani 1 district and Mr Shonisani Nevhulamba, UAAC provincial Youth committee member. They joined Vuwani 2 youths and members of Manamani branch who went to pray for Thendo at her place of residence.
A special word of thanks went to Ndiene, a UAAC Youth brigade member, for securing help for Thendo.
Peace be unto all.