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Chakwera asserts optimism for Malawi’s rise, clergy cerebrates freedom of worship

 

MANGOCHI: Speaking at Monkey Bay Living Waters Church in Mangochi today, President Lazarus Chakwera has submitted that Malawi is on a rising trajectory notwithstanding a myriad of challenges that the country has to negotiate through.

The Malawi leader has challenged Malawians to remain resilient in the face of a mountain of challenges which have been crippling the country.

Citing the devastating natural disasters, Covid-19 and Cholera as well as inter-state wars in Europe which have had negative impact on the global trade and economy, Chakwera highlighted that these tragedies have been triggering social economic pressure on the Malawi Kwacha while triggering inflation.

The Malawi leader who joined Mangochi-based Living Waters Church during its Sunday service, said it is sad that people tend to forget existence of God in time of trouble. He proceeded to invite all Malawians to trust in God asserting that Malawi is actually on the rising after enduring painful but necessary measures.

Speaking earlier before the President, Bishop Ralph Kachikuni, who is resident pastor for Lilongwe and deputy national chairman of Living Waters Church, commended President Chakwera for freedom of worship Malawi is experiencing.

Bishop Kachikuni, who was speaking on behalf of LWC founder and leader Bishop Stanley Ndovi, said for the first time in history members of the clergy are praying without looking behind their backs.

 

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