Catholic bishop tells Malawi politicians to humble themselves, seek dialogue to end impasse

A Catholic bishop has told politicians in the country to humble themselves and reach to each other for dialogue to end the current political impasse which has left Malawi in locked down.

Archbishop Ziyaye: Dialogue is key

Bishop Tarcizius Ziyaye said this on Saturday in Lilongwe during special prayers the church organised in Lilongwe for peace.

“The problems we are facing now can end through prayer but our politicians need to eat a humble pie, forget about their political differences and meet to find ways of dealing with the current political impasse,” said Ziyaye.

He said by seeking dialogue to end the current political turmoil, the politicians are putting Malawi first instead of self-interests.

Ziyaye said the politicians should seek mediation to seek peace as soon as possible, warning the country is on the verge of collapse.

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Ulimbitso Muhuju
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Ulimbitso Muhuju

Tell your christians and faithful not to be destructive and divisive- You first say go yee and demonstrate as your right and now they take to the streets beat, loot and burn and now you say lets pray. Tell your followers what they will gain in heaven after all these. Otherwise its dog eat dog and the church in its quest for guidance may have dismally failed. I just hope there are no catholics burning, looting killing, demonising others.

bwampini
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bwampini

Bishop akuwuza aliyense, koma for argument sake, can’t you see that he was telling catholics. or was it a press conference. Think and do analysis before you write.

Reality
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Reality

Catholic Clergy in Malawi you took your stance during the campaign and the elections. Instead of guiding your flock to vote a a God fearing person, you asked your flock to vote a presindential candidate who is fellow Catholic.
Am Catholic. am not happy with the stance taken by our church.
Now I ask the Bishop to call a spade a spade no puzzles here mention the names that are responsible for all this
Jane Ansah and her boss

Mtete
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It’s not MCP nursing a grudge against the May 21 elections. Neither is it UTM issue or HRDC’s. The issue is about the 60%+Malawians whose votes were stolen by APM aided by Ansah. You only have to go through the UNDP funded BDO Auditors Report to appreciate how MEC messed up the election. There was too much use of tpex for anyone’s comfort. At this point it’s premature to say Chakwera or SKC lost the election to APM and it’s not right for someone known to be an expert in law to go on a hill top proclaiming he won… Read more »

apwiya
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apwiya

A Ziyaye mwanena bwino inu mtspgoleri wa katolika. But first talk to your fellow pastor man of God Lazaro aone importance of dialogue as a man of God. He seems to have deep hatred towards his competitor in the just ended election in which he thought he would carry the day. Unfortunately God did not choose him. Teach him that in an election only one man wins .once he agrees with this then let him humble himself and go to seek dialogue with Pitala. Asachite manyazi Baba Lazaro Koma ngati mbusa azichepetse

John Gray Gufa
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John Gray Gufa

The so called Christians are the ones fueling up hate, violence and nepotism in Malawi eg
Munthalika – CCAP
Chilima – Catholic member receiving Ukalistia daily
Chakwela – Pastor for Assemblies
Mtambo – CCAP
Jane Assa – pastor for Redemption Church
Nyondo – pastor CCAP pa guwa la nsembe daily
Sembeleka – Pastor for The New Jelusalem Church
Dausi Catholic member receiving Ukalistia
Trapence – not a christian (ndizomveka)

ADD UP THE LIST FOR CHRISTIANS PLEASE TO SHAME THE DEVIL

Whiteboard Marker
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Laws of politics.