Chikulamayembe Haunt Livingstonia Synod Clergy , Tumbuka Chiefs Demand Apology

Tumbuka Chiefs from Rumphi District have strongly condemned Moderator of the Livingstonia Synod, Reverend Douglas Chipofya and Secretary General Levi Nyondo over their conduct during the burial of Paramount Chief Chikumayembe on Tuesday. In a letter seen by Malawi News Agency, the chiefs accuse Nyondo and Chipofya for defying laid down programme of events by including some people to speak at the funeral, describing the conduct as ‘rude’. Copied to the Office of the President and Cabinet, Chief Secretary…

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Mutharika to Support Private Universities, Preside Over University of Livingstonia Gara

Malawi President Professor Peter Mutharika, has assured churches and faith groups of government’s commitment towards supporting private universities. The President was speaking Saturday at Mzuzu Stadium when he presided over the 12th congregation graduation ceremony of the University of Livingstonia (Unilia) which is under the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia. He commended CCAP Synod of Livingstonia, management and faculty members of Unilia for making the university a reality as cemented by the graduation ceremony. Mutharika said the graduation ceremony is…

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Church urged to Pray for Leaders

Mvama Church of Central Africa Presbyterian -CCAP church a constituent of Nkhoma Synod has advised its members to pray for their leaders  as one way of being involved in  running the affairs of the nation. Addressing the congregation during Sunday church service on November 4, 2018in Area 49, Lilongwe Resident Minister, Reverend Chrispin Baziwelo Banda said it is the responsibility of Christians to pray for their leaders irrespective of their political affiliation so that the nation develops a conducive…

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Zomba Theological College to Turn into University

Zomba Theological College Principal, Dr. Takuze Chitsulo says plans are underway to upgrade the institution into a university. This was revealed on Saturday when the college was celebrating 40 years anniversary of its establishment in Zomba. In an interview after the cerebrations, Dr. Chitsulo said the college will be upgraded to a university as one way of showing their continued commitment in providing quality education to Malawians and citizens of other countries. “After serving for 40 years, we consider…

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Pray For Peaceful 2019 Tripartite Elections

Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) of Blantyre Synod has called on its members to consider dedicating prayers for 2019 peaceful elections the country will conduct in May. Blantyre Synod Moderator, Reverend Masauko Mbolembole urged church members to take a leading role in praying for the country’s fair and peaceful 2019 tripartite elections. Addressing church members during the 2018 Chingale Presbytery Annual convention on Friday in Zomba, Mbolembole said the church remains critical in ensuring that the country conducts…

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CCAP Christians Urged to Contest in 2019 Tripartite Elections

Reverend William Tembo of St Andrews Church for Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) in Mzuzu has pleaded with her congregants to rise up and contest in the impending 2019 tripartite elections to ensure that more believers are voted into the august house. During a church service on Sunday, the Reverend preached that people should not look down upon themselves but rather be vibrant and bring change that they would love to see. Tembo urged members to be fearless in pursuing…

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First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika Opens Kamuzu Barracks CCAP Church

Malawi’s First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika on Sunday presided over the official opening of the newly constructed church for Kamuzu Barracks Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Congregation in Lilongwe. Speaking at the official opening ceremony held at the barracks, Prof. Mutharika commended the church for its commitment and dedication to God’s work. The first Lady who is also a member of the church thanked the congregation for the invitation and their dedication to the work of God. “You…

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