The late Aaron Mhukuta popularly known as Mudzidzi Wimbo

Members of the Johane Masowe (Vadzidzi) church in Mashonaland Central are working tirelessly towards fulfilling the vision of their late founding leader, Mudzidzi Wimbo, to have a boarding primary school in Mvurwi.

They are now appealing for Government intervention to have the school registered as a Grade Seven examination centre.

Mudavanhu Primary School in Mvurwi, which was registered in 2016, is the first primary school to be established by the church which also has the Madziva-based Zimbabwe Africa High School.

In an interview, the church’s secretary-general Mr Shepherd Chingwena said the school was built using contributions from the congregants.