CCAP Nkhoma Synod donates 400 bags of maize to needy in Lilongwe

Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) Nkhoma Synod on Friday donated 400 bags of maize wealth K3 million to the needy in the area of Traditional Authority Khongoni in Lilongwe.

Loga and Reverend Kachipa distributing maize in Lilongwe

Loga and Reverend Kachipa distributing maize in Lilongwe

Kachipapa: We will  roll out food aid program

Kachipapa: We will roll out food aid program

Church authority said the Nkhoma Synod  decided to donate maize to the hunger affected  people in the area as one way of sharing Jesus Love.

Synod General Secretary Reverend Vasco Kachipapa said even Jesus Christ himself had a passion to feed the needy and there is nothing new in what the church is doing.

Reverend Kachipapa appealed for more food aid in the area.

“We will distribute this maize to everyone without discrimination based on church doctrine,” said Reverend Kachipapa.

The church with funding from Marion Medical Mission(MMM)  is rolling out food aid distribution programme which amounts to K15 million.

The church through the same institution has already reached to 600 people with food Aid.

MMM has been operating in Malawi since 1990 and has so far been working in the area of water and sanitation.

Speaking during the function, Marion Medical Mission President Tom Loga his organisation will never leave people of Lilongwe alone.

Loga said the organisation will roll out to other districts once the resources allows to do so.

Group Village Headman Mikolo, has since thanked Nkhoma synod for the donation.

Mikolo said the maize will be used for the intended purpose and not for sale.

The 2014/2015 growing season has been one of the worst seasons in Malawi following devastating floods and draught which affected almost 25 districts.

Floods washed away at least 64 000 hectares of crop fields throughout the country, mostly in the Southern Region.

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Man of God
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That is good. Be blessed in the name of Jesus.

Zephania Mtsitsi
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May Almighty God Kip On Blessing Ths Synod, However Other Districts Should Be Considered As Well

MaKopa
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Mother Malawi, God bless Malawi

Wovutika
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This is what we need when in troubles. May the MOST POWERFUL MAN bless this synod and fill in those empties created. Malawi needs more assistance. Hunger is storming everywhere.

Concerned citizen
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May you get much blessings. Thats a good example of love, love one another as the Gospel of God emphasizes

MENDULO NKANDO THAMBANI KAPORO LOWERSHIRE MAKWASA
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MENDULO NKANDO THAMBANI KAPORO LOWERSHIRE MAKWASA
THIS IS OCTOBER HOW MANY MORE MONTHS TO GO FOR THESE AFFECTED PEOPLE TO HARVEST THEIR OWN MAIZE CROP ??? RESEARCH SHOWS THAT ITS NOT ONLY PEOPLE OF LILONGWE WHO NEED THIS KIND OF ASSISTANCE !! PLEASE WELLWISHERS COME OUT NOW PEOPLE OUT THERE NEED YOU AND ME !! GOD BLESSES THE HAND THAT GIVETH !!
Nankununkha sadzimva
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Thanks Nkhoma Synod for being a conduit for help. However, more blessed is the person a thousand miles away from Malawi but out of love for humanity parts away with his/her penny to help someone who he/she doesn’t know.

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