Pastors for prayers over political ills

A local Christian pastors grouping, Christian Pastors Embassy-CPE says the country needs intense prayers to seek God’s intervention on a number of social and political ills rocking the nation.

Speaking to YFM, CPE chairperson Bishop Jonathan Wasili Kamtedza said the country is in a rot citing increased cases of killings of persons with albinism and political violence.

The grouping has therefore, organized prayers which will start with a march from Clock Tower round about to southern region police headquarters at Chichiri in Blantyre on Thursday.

“We have organized a march that shall start from Clock tower round about to southern region police headquarters. We have organized that march so that we should give our problems to God,” Kamtedza said.

He went on to say that a number of problems and in the country have prompted the organisation to conduct such prayers.

Kamtedza cited killing of people with albinism, rise in road accidents, political violence, rumors of election ridging as some of the problems that need God’s intervention.

“The things that we are praying for are killing of albinos, fear of election rigging, road accidents, hate speeches during rallies and several other problems,” he added.

Recently Malawi has seen an increase in killing of people with albinism, political violence as the country draws closer to May 21 tripartite elections and a number of road accidents that have claimed many lives.

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