By Spotlight Correspondent

Johanne Masowe eChishanu Jerusalem has become the first Indigenous/Zionist sect in the country to construct infrastructure with modern facilities at a Shrine.

Madzibaba Biggy Mutawu is the man behind Masowe  Goshen State of Art in Epworth, a worship place that has become a centre for religious pilgrimage.

This news crew embarked on a tour to the sacred shrine located in Epworth during the month of December and observed a number of developments that are in sink with sustainable development goals.

Among the key features include Madzibaba Biggy’s  modern furnished office with a board room, Executive Launch with a jacuzzi. The gate that leads to the office is well paved.

Delegates touring Masowe State of Art at Gosheni in Epworth

The breath taking atmosphere is provided for by the singing birds of the air. The ever green orchard adjacent to the office, ressembles the garden of Eden in respect.

As you tour the Masowe State of Art, you are also greeted by the  doves.

An image of delegates at the Masowe State of Art Luncheon held in Harare on 16th December 2023

The modern  toilet facilities constructed at he site are enough to carter for a grouping that exceed 3 000 in numbers.

Water harvesting tanks, solar powered boreholes,  first aid room and a clinic are some of the major developments observed by this news crew  at the shrine.

The church  recently purchased their land in Epworth and a Farm in Goromonzi.