Anglicans defer dialogue meeting with underfire Bishop Malasa

The highly anticipated dialogue meeting between concerned Anglican Church members of the Upper Shire Diocese against the under fire Bishop Brighton Vitta Malasa aimed at resolving differences between the two parties scheduled for Thursday January 17 2018 has been shifted to a later date.

Anglicans protest against Bishop Malasa
Anglicans protest against Bishop Malasa

The mediation team responsible for Southern Africa led Bishop William Mchombo reportedly wrote the Malawi team at an eleventh hour asking to reschedule the meeting to February 6 2019.

The meeting was expected to take place at St. George Anglican Parish Complex in the Eastern Region District of Zomba.

By 9 am Thursday, some church members had already converged at the Complex, wearing T-shirts and carrying placards with various messages demanding the immediate removal or resignation of Bishop Malasa.

Upon hearing that the meeting has been rescheduled, the concerned church members locked themselves in a meeting to discuss the way forward following the postponement of the meeting.

Nyasa Times was yet to get the resolutions of the closed door meeting as we went on line.

However, Nyasa Times can reveal that the concerned members had agreed to march and close Malasa’s office until the resolution meeting is held in February.

At we went online to post this article,  police had already arrived at Malasa’s office to provide him with security.

 

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MCHACHA
MCHACHA
2 years ago

Ma CADET afika ndikumpingo komwe? Zomvetsa chisoni.

braveheart
braveheart
2 years ago

Shame..Fake religions..ambuye ambuye koma mphavu yake anayikana. Isn’t Christianity about forgiveness?

Katukumeni
Katukumeni
2 years ago

That’s the way to go Anglican people. These guys in robes are hiding behind their revered positions to steal and abuse church resources. This is a lesson to the Catholic priests ad well who have become vultures hiding behind their robes.

Vinjenje
Vinjenje
2 years ago

Malasa ndi wa muchiwuno.

Sungururerureru
Sungururerureru
2 years ago

If churches are using our youth, what do you expect from politicians?

Takwalakwa
Takwalakwa
2 years ago

Shame on these Christians, Why?

Aka
Aka
2 years ago

Oooooooooooo my God! ‘Pride goes before a fall.’

Wiseman
Wiseman
2 years ago

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