Pas­tor Chiris­eri out of in­ten­sive care

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News - Nqo­bile Tshili

PAS­TOR Pe­tu­nia Chiris­eri has been moved from Mater Dei Hospi­tal’s in­ten­sive care unit where she was ad­mit­ted fol­low­ing an ac­ci­dent in which her hus­band Apos­tle Charles Chiris­eri died last month.

How­ever, she is still re­cov­er­ing at the Bu­l­awayo hospi­tal, the fam­ily has said.

Pas­tor Chiris­eri and her late hus­band, the founder of His Pres­ence Min­istries In­ter­na­tional were in­volved in a car crash last month along the Bu­l­awayo-Harare Road.

Fam­ily spokesper­son and founder of Har­vest House In­ter­na­tional Min­istries Bishop Colin Ny­athi yes­ter­day said Pas­tor Chiris­eri was get­ting bet­ter.

“She has been re­moved from the ICU and is steadily re­cov­er­ing. We know a lot of peo­ple want to visit her. But we’re ap­peal­ing to the pub­lic to bear with us. She still needs to rest and we would not want a lot of peo­ple vis­it­ing her at the hospi­tal,” said Bishop Ny­athi.

He said Apos­tle’s Chiris­eri’s burial set for next week on Satur­day will pro­ceed as planned.

“The burial ser­vice will be con­ducted at Zim­babwe In­ter­na­tional Trade Fair Hall Num­ber 3 on Oc­to­ber 22,” said Bishop Ny­athi’s of­fice.

Pas­tor Chiris­eri is a mem­ber of the Zim­babwe Hu­man Rights Com­mis­sion and was sworn in by Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe on July 7, this year.

Apos­tle Chiris­eri’s founded His Pres­ence Min­istries In­ter­na­tional that has branches in the United King­dom, South Africa and 10 branches across Zim­babwe.

He was a mem­ber and leader of the Evan­gel­i­cal Fel­low­ship of Zim­babwe and Coun­cil of Apos­tles.

He is sur­vived by his wife, four chil­dren and an adopted niece.

— @nqot­shili

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