Pastor Esau Banda prays for Malawi to elect transformational leader: End nepotism, wrongful enrichment

Senior Pastor for Pentecostal International Christian Centre (PICC) Pastor Esau Banda has prayed to God to give Malawi a better future through quality leadership to be voted by the electorate  in May 21  2019 Tripartite Elections.

Pastor Esau Banda:  Malawi should have new political leader who can develop the nation

Pastor Banda in a sermon ‘Hope of Glory’ monitored on Times Radio on Wednesday April 10 2019, dedicated in praying that Malawi should get transformational leadership.

He stressed the nation needs political leaders who demonstrate servant-style leadership.

“There are some political parties that are tribal parties. Such kinds of leaders are not kind of leader d that we need as a nation,” he said.

“We need people that can rise against tribalism, regionalism and nepotism,” the charismatic preacher added.

He preacher said voters should look for politicians that are conversant with what Malawians needs.

“We need what I call politicians that are professional. They have a well defined developmental agenda for the country. Something they can sell to the people and convince the people to vote for them,” he said.

He said leaders should those that are ready  to get into positions of authorities  can go flat out and purse their  transformational agenda and end the culture of wrongful enrichment.

“We are tired as people just seeing fee individuals enriching themselves. No, that is not the reason for getting into politics.  We want political leaders that are going to take this nation into promising land,” said the preacher in the broadcast sermon.

He said Malawi needs leaders that can help the nation prosper and creates wealth for all not just for a few.

“We are tired of stagnation. We are tired of crawling,” he said.

He said political leaders that cannot give Malawians what they want should leave the political arena.

“That is the truth. We want success and prosperity not just of those in political leadership but the success and prosperity of all of us,” stressed Pastor Banda.

The elections scheduled for May 21, 2019, will elect a president, members of parliament and local councillors.

According to the Malawi Electoral Commission, the poll will be held under the theme “Consolidating Malawi Democracy through the Ballot.”

The 2019 poll will mark the 25th anniversary of the resumption of multi-party elections in Malawi, but the religious leaders have said the country still needs change.

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Wandale
Wandale
2 years ago

Utm boma

Roll Out ATI Now
Roll Out ATI Now
2 years ago

VOTE UTM

gwenenthe mwale
gwenenthe mwale
2 years ago

inu a UTM simumadziwa kuti CHILIMA ndi wakubanso. SKC the rigging machine

Ntata
Ntata
2 years ago

Ndale zikupwetekani

Jaunky
Jaunky
2 years ago

Muzisamala poloza chala azitumiki a Mulungu, God himself comes down and appear in the men and women of God. Whether you like it or not, the leadership of this country is changing come may 21

kafatiya
kafatiya
2 years ago

usova chilima is the ideal candidate. non of presidential contenders can make transform the economy more than him he is better than any presidential candidates in the coming election the only who has the knowledge to transform this economy otherwise the rest ndima syndrome chabe

Mwine
Mwine
2 years ago

Malawians let’s stop day dreaming. UTM has no capacity or political base to win the next election. Actually UDF is stronger in terms of numbers than UTM. There is no way even in dreams that UTM can beat DPP or MCP. Face it, this next election is between MCP and DPP. The way matters are right now, it’s MCP that is winning this election.

Anzelu ndi Anzelu
Anzelu ndi Anzelu
2 years ago

Abusa achinyengo awa. Go and check how they eat the church money and abuse their authority in church. Malawians are also tired of so-called Pastors pretending to be morally upright yet corrupt themselves. You can see that this Pastor is a UTM weed planted in church preaching politics of the opposition.

Ophunzila
Ophunzila
2 years ago

The wise don’t accuse or tarnish someone’s character or image without any fact. this is a distinct man of God Malawi has produced. A true servant of God who was appointed by God to bring hope to the hopeless and life to the dying and make them true disciples of Christ. Mind your tongue, God can not be mocked. Touch not God’s annointed. If I were you i would have apologised before God’s wrath is released.

Charlie Hebdo
Charlie Hebdo
2 years ago

I would have been impressed if your spew matched your name “Anzelu ndi Anzelu”. Wouldn’t it have been nice to challenge what the pastor said if you have facts to the contrary rather than attacking him? You know the pastor is right that’s why you have decided to attack the pastor rather than what he advised.

Make Malawi Great
Make Malawi Great
2 years ago

In the end we still get greedy corrupt leaders and black people still claim leaders are given by God, maybe you need to evaluate your “choices” more specially these blue idiots thugs you put in power!!

Truth Pains
2 years ago

Well said so called pastor , things need to change at fast pace, we need leaders with transformative action. Leader who can unite Malawians where ever they are just like Paul Kagame who has managed to unite the Rwandans. There is so much division in Malawi btwn difference tribes and no one is caring. But if you try to check the DNA of these people then u’LL notice that 99% were born from mixed blood btwn Yao &Tumbuk, Lomwe, Tonga , Nsena, nkhonde, Ngoni and Chewa and etc Even some of you here your father or mother is a foreigner… Read more »

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