Dumbo Lemani’s memorial service Saturday in Zomba-Thondwe

The Lemani family will on Saturday hold a memorial ceremony of the late Reverend Dr. Dumbo Finly Kamwendo Lemani which will take place at the Villa Kumulanga Residence, Thondwe in Zomba.

Late Dumbo Lemani

Late Dumbo Lemani

The event will start with a prayer service at the United Christian Church Headquarters from9am, and thereafter, laying of wreaths at Kenani Farm Cemetery before proceeding to the residence for speeches.

Lemani, who according to the family was a maverick politician, a patriot, a great preacher and founding Bishop of the United Christian Church (UCC), died in 2005.

He was a compassionate and flamboyant soccer administrator of the “Sir Alf” fame and popularly known as ‘Malume’ on the local scene.

Dumbo was also influential politician and senior member of the former ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) and served in different ministerial portfolios during Dr Bakili Muluzi’s regime.

Lemani, who also served as Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, was generally an interesting character.

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15 thoughts on “Dumbo Lemani’s memorial service Saturday in Zomba-Thondwe”

  1. Pete k says:

    Kani uyoyo nd chilima?

  2. manunkha says:

    dumbo was a great politician. I come from thondwe. He is the man who gave us water, roads, bridges etc. After his death, i v not seen any development in my area.

  3. wamkulu says:

    Afana a pa Chance ma 90s just before referendum . SKC and DM pambuyopo. Zoonadi madolo ndi madolo

  4. wtf says:

    This picture provides answers to our current political climate:
    1. Chilima is not a political novice.
    2. DPP is a branch of UDF
    3. UDF has not crossed any floor
    4. Atupele and Saulos will be on the DPP presidential ticket in 2019. The problem is who will lead the ticket.
    5. Saulos is a much more rounded politician as he started as a UDF young democrat (alongside paul mphwiyo, willie chimbalanga, grant kankhulungo, wales chikakwiya, masozi lemani, thom chiumya, ken ndanga, chikumbutso mtumodzi etc).
    6. Dont underestimate the ruthlessness of saulos.

    The point is Muluzi senior is the most shrewd politician. All these people governing us have been vetted by him.

  5. Paddyman says:

    Ung’onoung’ono unathera pa paster Dumbo anali amdala amenewo impichment ikanatheka panalibeso ovuta kkkkkkkkk!

  6. Bololo says:

    A Chalume, Kuchitekete, Anyamata a patawuni, plus uyo wayima kumbuyo kwa Dumbo atavala za UDF.

  7. Kadakwiza says:

    Is this the same Lemani who went inside Parliament with a pistol. Anyway may his soul rest in peace.

  8. Mthandeni says:

    Everything what he did it was like watching Nigerian movies

  9. chinena says:

    I hope Chilima will attend the memorial, Dumbo Lemani was Chilima’s godfather. Dumbo helped Chilima in everything, I am also 101% sure that Dr Bakili Muluzi, the Former President of Malawi will b there. It was Dumbo Lemani who introduced Bingu wa Mutharika to Dr Bakili Muluzi when Bingu was in dire straits and was offered a job at RBM.

  10. Alex Likoswe says:

    You can tell who associates with who. Birds of the same feathers.

  11. Khumuka says:

    What a model MP he was. He gave all he had to the development of his people. Even if he wasn’t so much liked everywhere else, nobody hated him in his constituency. From Mayaka to Thondwe through Chimwalira; then from Namadzi to the far east, he was our saviour.

    Rest in peace great soul!

  12. Tebulo says:

    Kodi ali kumbuyo kwa Malemu Rev Dr Dumbo Lemani wavala shirt ya blue ndani ameneyu? Kodi munthu ndale anayamba kale eti? Ndi mkhala kale pa ndaledi.

  13. ujeni says:

    Abusa a fake. Anyway we look forward to see all the thugs, robbers, thieves, mafias who will be there. I cant wait to see the pictures.

  14. zuma says:

    minister of wat?

  15. Chekambewa says:

    madala kapena kuti mbusa wa fast track KKKKKKKKK koma abusa enawa mavuto

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