Blantyre Synod holds thanksgiving service for Rev Maulana, retiring as general secretary

Reverend Alexander Maulana is retiring as Blantyre Synod general secretary (GS) after serving for eight years and says the the journey was not all rosy but he succeeded by God’s grace.

Maulana said the journey was not all rosy but he succeeded by God’s grace
First Lady Gertrude Mutharika attended thanksgiving prayers for the Maulana

The Synod conducted thanksgiving prayers for Maulana on Saturday which First Lady Gertrude Mutharika and Second Lady Judith Chimulirenji attended.

His replacement will be elected during the Synod biennial conference scheduled for August 26 to 28 in Blantyre.

In his farewell speech, Maulana said: “There were obstacles along the way, but I had to persevere and finish on a good note. As a family, we had to thank God and I ask you the gathering to help us in this thanksgiving service.”

Synod moderator the Reverend Masauko Mbolembole described Maulana as someone who demonstrated a stewardship spirit throughout his tenure of office.

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THE APOSTLE
1 year ago

DPP WILL GIVE HIM A POSITION …….PAJA CHANGE GOLO RESIGNED…..

Kangoma
Kangoma
1 year ago

Get things correctly,he is retiring as Secretary General and not being Reverend

JIGGIES
JIGGIES
1 year ago

Kapumeni a Cadet inu, ku church kunali kobisalila, kapangeni za Dpp mwachifatse, you are a disgrace in the kingdom of God!

Duncan
1 year ago

This guy is a disaster as a Rev.

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
1 year ago

God is abused here on earth

Omex70
Omex70
1 year ago

Rev Maulana, the DPP cadet retiring from church position in readiness for party position..

Maria
Maria
1 year ago
Reply to  Omex70

I totally agree with you Omex70. He is really the DPP Cadet.

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