ZAOGA keeps the legacy of late Archbishop Professor Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti alive


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Writes Ronnie Chisamba

The passing on of Archibishop Professor Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti has not deterred the ZAOGA church from keeping the late visionary’s vision of a better world for all alive, regardless of race, tribe, or origin.

A walkathon was held at Grange Christian School – in the capital – on Saturday morning last week, as a testament to the church’s commitment towards keeping the late founder’s legacy alive.

Archbishop Prof. Ezekiel H. Guti was a fitness enthusiast who promoted good healthy habits. Hundreds thronged the commemorative event. The walkathon saw participants participating in 2,5 km, 5 km, and 10 km events.

Breaking the barriers of age, Senior Archbishop, Professor Eunor Guti – aka Amai Guti – was able to complete 7km of the 10 km walkathon, to the applause of the participants and the attendees. She also participated in the aerobics exercises which were led by renowned trainers soon after the walkathon.

Senior Archbishop Professor Eunor Guti took the time to advise the youth, emphasizing the need to shun drug abuse.

“Even if the environment where you are staying is not conducive for you, or you are feeling like you are in prison because of the treatment you are receiving, don’t please and l say please don’t indulge in drugs! Because you ruin your lives,” she emphasized.

Gospel music and live entertainment from the UK-based ensemble, Free to Worship, kept passionate gospel music fans on their feet and complimented the event’s proceedings.

Apostle Dr. Joseph Joe Guti also graced the memorable commemorative event.

A ZAOGA gospel concert, awards ceremony, and the official launch of the Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti Foundation were scheduled for the Braeside Church later in the day.