Everybody is treated equally at ZCC

We are going to be a sick society if people think they can go to other people's places and violate the rules. I am commenting on Mphafolane Koma, who is suing the ZCC for R2 million.

We are going to be a sick society if people think they can go to other people's places and violate the rules. I am commenting on Mphafolane Koma, who is suing the ZCC for R2 million.

He claims he has been a ZCC member for more than 20 years. He should know that in the Kingdom of God the poor and the rich are treated the same. He expected to be treated differently because of his status as a lawyer. There is always an uproar about people not being treated equally by the country's justice system. High-ranking people are sometimes treated with kid gloves while ordinary people are treated harshly for the same crime. Koma seems to think he should have been treated differently.

He is trying to discredit the ZCC. If the millions of ZCC congregants adhere to the church's policies, who is Koma?

What is so special about him?

Moses Mothogoane, Jane Furse

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