Chimulirenji hails freedom of worship: ‘Faith leaders should be agents of integrity’

State vice-president Everton Chimulirenji has hailed the peaceful co-existence among religious organisations, and asked faith leaders to help  build a peaceful nation where people of different religious beliefs work together to fight poverty.

Chimulirenji officially opens the World Leaders Association Summit -(c) Abel Ikiloni
Chimulirenji receives a gift from the World Leaders Association President, Bishop Steven Nash at Scenic events Centre in Blantyre-(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana 
Vice President Chimulirenji with Madam Chimulirenji worship God at World Leaders Association Summit a in Blantyre-(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana 
Madam Judith Chimulirenji gives her offering during the WLA Summit in Blantyre-(c) Abel Ikiloni, mana

Chimulirenji said this when he opened the two day summit in Malawi of World Leaders Association, a multi-professional global network of leaders.

The summit is being held at Scenic events Centre in Blantyre.

He called on delegates to be agents of integrity and excellence in order to effectively impact lives assuring to safeguard the freedom of worship Malawi is enjoying.

Chimulirenji assured the gathering that Malawi government has built a good relationship because the President is a God fearing man.

He urged the leaders to be people of integrity and excellence.

Malawi is known as a God-fearing nation—although the Republican Constitution, which is supposed to articulate such proclamations does not say so.

The Constitution guarantees freedom of worship but  does not mean Malawi is a Christian or Muslim or otherwise—as it is, Malawi is a secular nation.

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Mwene
Mwene
2 years ago

I suggest the gentleman kneeling for the VP should have his resume examined, and if appropriate, he should be considered for a Deputy Minister or Special Adviser position in the government.
Right there, the Mzungu – no derogation – has shown his respect to this country and it’s leadership. Wosanyodza anthu akuda.

Mtete
Mtete
2 years ago

Kape mzungu Bishop. Mpaka kugwadila Chimulirenji? Nanga akanakhala APM? Munthuyu Akanamvumvulika pa ccarpet. Azungu ena ndi wotsaliradi

Cadet
Cadet
2 years ago

I think that white guy kneeling down for VP is a con man. He is up to no good. How desparate can one get?

APM akundiyamwa shaft 🍆👅
APM akundiyamwa shaft 🍆👅
2 years ago

That white man kneeling like he about to suck some dick

Mwene
Mwene
2 years ago

… and you with your obsession of “sucking …” , as exhibited even in your nom de net!
Have you no shame?

Kapado Chimulirenji
2 years ago

Mzunguyu ndi chindere chakufikapo.

wakikiki
wakikiki
2 years ago

Mchacha mwamuwona kukweza manja mmwamba ngatidi ndi wopempheradi , angoyelekeza kumpasa mpata oti ayankhule mumumva DPP woyeeeeeeeeeeeeee nkutukwanatukwana nkumawona ngati ali ali pa msonkhano wa chipani kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk cadet wankulu nkuzati aleluyaaa anthu ziiiiiiiiiiiii osayankha

Dambolangalu
Dambolangalu
2 years ago

Pamenepaja nzungu kudzamugwadira Chimulirenji

Nyaphapi Two
2 years ago

I like the guy who is kneeling, and again holding a dollar bill! It’s a hundred perhaps!

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