South African Bishop Zondo of Rivers of Living Waters Ministries was allegedly caught by his wife having sex with one lady Itumeleng Ngulube in the Bishop's office at the church premises. According to a tweet by one Solomon Izang Ashoms, Bishop Zondo's wife has left her matrimonial home.
Solomon Izang Ashoms (Nigerian) is the director of Movement Against Abuse in Churches. He also stated that Itumeleng Ngulube's husband Peter, is aware of the relationship between his wife and the bishop and had at one time confronted Bishop Zondo many times in the past.
Rivers of Living Waters International has since issued a statement dismissing allegations as baseless and malicious. They stated that the family of the Archibishop was still intact and will not be moved by these allegations. Its said they are still staying together in the same house as one happy family for over a period of 31 years.
Turning to the twitter hand, Solomon Izang Ashoms, they cautioned him saying," We would like to caution you in time that people like you are being used by the devil and his agents to target leaders of South African Churches so that you and your brothers who have churches in our country can gain an upper hand and favour from our people. We wish to be on record that we are not against any foreign nationals churches operating in our country legally and doing things in advancing the work of the Lord. We will however, not support anyone who brings shame and disgrace to the name of God."
They further called on South Africans the world to know that as members of Rivers of Living Water Ministries, they are fully behind their parents and nothing will distract or defocus them, not even the lies that are being spread by those who are prophets of doom.
Rivers of Living Waters Ministries was founded by Archbishop Stephen and Pastor Seabi Zondo (wife) in 1988. As a church they go by 'Spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the total person, Spirit, Soul and Body; and to serve the community we live in by freely giving ourselves and our substances, while staying close to God by living a holistic life, and being sensitive to his Spirit through fervent prayer.'
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