By Mhlonishwa Hlophe | 2020-08-02
All those who thought Pastor Muzi Moses Warren was insane would be shocked to learn that the same ‘insane Warren’ is now a married man, a stage a majority of men dread.
These were the words of a representative of Lobamba Lomdzala Inkhundla, identified as Ngwenya. This was during the wedding of Pastor Warren and Sitakele Dlamini held at Ekuphumuleni Church in Zion (Ka-Hhandolo) in Mahlanya yesterday.
Ngwenya appreciated Warren for taking such a massive step in life. He said Lobamba Lomdzala constituency supports him and hopefully many would emulate his courage, especially the youth.
Over 150 people attended the wedding where COVID-19 regulations were strictly followed throughout. Constant sanitising and social distancing of guests was closely monitored.
Their Majesties were represented by Nhlanhla Dlamini. In his address, Dlamini said the country’s authorities were delighted at the news of pastor Warren’s wedding and they wished the couple a prosperous life together.
“Their Majesties said I must inform you Warren that your wife is unique from all the other women in the country, hence you must respect her and always keep her happy,” said Dlamini, to loud cheers.
He then warned the two against keeping secrets from each other.
“Honesty is always the best policy with anyone, but especially the person who you are spending your life with. The truth always prevails and once the trust is broken it is like a poison that can ruin relationships from all levels,” he told the couple.
President of Ekuphumeleni Church in Zion Dumisa Dlamini officiated the weeding of the two lovebirds. He advised Warren to desist from eating chicken dust as he now has a wife who will cook for him. He also advised the couple to always derive happiness from the almighty God.
Bishop Samson Hlatshwako, President of the League of Churches, also shared a word of advice with with the newlyweds. He challenged the couple to resist the devil in their marriage, and each time they encounter challenges must always remember that their weeding was blessed by Their Majesties.
“I would like to state that the country’s authorities are really happy at this union.
Please do not allow the devil to come between the two of you. Love and respect will always bring you closer to each other. Every marriage has its challenges but it is wise to always find a solution to your differences and move on with life,” said Hlatshwako.
Muzi Moses Warren, popularly known as ‘Pastor Warren, is also a pastor at Ekuphumuleni Church in Zion at Mahlanya.
The pastor publicly ridiculed women he found wearing pants in town, even in his preaching, he would state that it was not proper for a woman to wear pants. Pastor Warren never missed national events such as Good Friday and would share the pulpit with well-known pastors in ministering the word to Their Majesties. He always offered donations to Their Majesties.
Hhohho regional administrator Princess Tsandzile stood out as one of the guests while several other prominent pastors from different church denominations were in attendance. Most well-wishers opted for traditional regalia, whereas some came dressed in beautiful dresses and suits, pink was the theme colour.
Warren against wearing of pants by women
It seems Pastor Moses Warren seriously does not approve the wearing of pants by women.
This was disclosed by President of the Ekuphumuleni Church in Zion, Dumisa Dlamini.
When asked to share the potential destination for the couple to spend their honeymoon, he said the church had arranged to accompany the two lovebirds to their home at Masundvwini after the wedding, where there would be a short prayer to bless their new home.
He was not sure of other arrangements. He further mentioned that like all couples, the Warren family went through counselling.
He said the purpose of counselling was to get their thoughts about marriage life and their expectations in the journey they were about to take.
Pastor Warren is said to have stated clearly that he is against the wearing of pants by women. Whereas his new wife Lindiwe stated that she likes a man who is fully committed in serving God. Pastor Warren reportedly paid five cattle to his in-laws, when asking for her hand in marriage. Sitakele is from Big-Bend, Mndobandoba and she worshipped at Union Temple Fellowship based in Manzini, Madonsa. The bride would be expected to join her husband at Ekuphumuleni church now that she is married, as tradition dictates.
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