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Panic as Mahendere snubs Korean 'cult' leader





There was panic in the Zimbabwean chapter of the Korean cult led by Hak Ja Han Moon over the weekend when gospel musician Michael Mahendere signalled that he will not be attending the much publicised peace festival penciled for the November 21 at National Sports Stadium.  The event which is organised by Family Federation and World Peace and Unification (FFWPU) will be graced by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

"I can confirm that there was panic in the movement over the weekend when Mahendere refused to accept the money offered to him for his scheduled performance at the peace festival. Mahendere allegedly did not know that the event was a non-Christian event since Johannes Ndanga a well known Christian leader was part of the organisers. Things changed when reports came out in the open that Mother actually does not subscribe to conventional Christian doctrines." Said a source in the entertainment committee of the festival.

Another award winning Zimbabwean gospel musician Janet Manyowa is reported to have also snubbed the Korean cult organised peace festival.

Speaking to Buylawayo24 ,Pastor Sengezo Muchengeti of Christ the King Fellowship welcomed the developments.

"I am very happy that after we came out in the open and described this event for what it is; an official cementing of Korean cultism in Zimbabwe, seasoned Christians like Michael Mandere and Sister Janet have disassociated themselves from this whole thing. We just pray God open the eyes of VaMnangagwa to see that some of these misfortunes happening in the country are because of these other gods whose alters we are erecting in Zimbabwe."

Hak Ja Han Moon is expected to land in Zimbabwe on Tuesday afternoon where she will have a press briefing after meeting President Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices.

Hak is the second wife of Sun Myung Moon the late Founder of the Unification Movement. Hak Ja Han is a Korean religious leader. Her late husband Sun Myung Moon was the founder of the Unification Church. Han and Moon were married in April 1960 when she was 17 and have 10 living children and over 30 grandchildren.  

The Unification movement believes that God's original intent was for Jesus to form a perfect marriage in order to redeem humanity, and undo the harm perpetrated by Adam and Eve.

Because Jesus (the second Adam) was executed before accomplishing his mission, a third Adam was needed to form this perfect marriage and complete Jesus'  task. This third Adam would be recognized as the second coming of Christ. As the perfect man he would marry the perfect woman and become the true spiritual parents of humankind.

Members of the Unification Church regard Moon and his second wife, Hak Ja Moon, as these True Parents. Married couples and their families within the movement are regarded as the True Children and linked to God through the True Parents.

Ja Moon was supposed to be the True Mother who would reverse the fall of man by bearing children from a sin-free bloodline and ushering in a new era. But, after marrying the 40-year-old Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church, at just 17 and giving birth to seven sons and seven daughters, Hak Ja Han would be the one to take control of her husband's church, along with his multibillion-dollar global empire and his spiritual legacy.

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