Rev Mhango’s Kanengo CCAP pray under heavy police guard

Congregation at Livingstonia synod breakaway church, Kanengo CCAP on Sunday prayed under heavy police guard following a High Court ruling that vested the church building land in the hands of the Livingstonia synod trustees.

Rev Mhango: Renegade church
Rev Mhango: Renegade church

The presence of the armed police in camouflage battle gear however did not deter the congregation praising and singing led by Livingstonia synod rebel cleric Chimwemwe Mhango.

Kanengo CCAP session clerk Hebron Banda said the church was surprised with the presence of police since Thursday.

“We are children of God who love peace. Since Thursday, we are surprised to see these armed men, what is happening? Why are they here? Who is sending them?” asked Banda rhetorically.

He said the congregation held the prayer services peacefully.

“Reverend Chimwemwe Mhango conducted the prayers beautifully, very well indeed, we were very jovial, the Holy Spirit came down and was with us,” he said.

He asked the congregation to be calm even after losing the High Court case to Livingstonia synod and the heavy presence of police.

Lawyer for the congregation Zeros Matumba said he would be appealing against the High Court ruling that went in favour of Livingstonia synod, describing it as lacking.

“The congregation is not happy, we need clarification through the appeal,” said Matumba.

He said he was working to obtain a stay against the High Court ruling that ordered all bank accounts and the Kanengo CCAP land be surrendered to Livingstonia synod.

The wrangle between Livingstonia synod and Kanengo CCAP started after Mhango was transferred to Euthini CCAP, a transfer Mhango rejected and the synod subsequently fired him from the Livingstonia church of the CCAP for insubordination.

The presence of Livingstonia synod in Nkhoma CCAP also caused a storm as there is s written memorandum of understanding of all the CCAP synods including the Blantyre synod not to encroach on each other’s territory but money opportunities in the capital city are tempting the men of God.

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wilfred ziba
wilfred ziba
5 years ago

Mnyenyembe, you can talk all you want about other people but do not and I repeat do not talk anything against my Prophet,Major 1. He has done nothing wrong to anybody so please leave my prophet out of this.

nhlanhla mzwakali
5 years ago

tell them mr. analyst, tell them!!!!!!!!!!!

Mwama wa Du
Mwama wa Du
5 years ago

Chimwemwe kulimbana nyoko, watondwa nipera!

Chibojola
Chibojola
5 years ago

Today its Chimwemwe and tomorrow it will be Nkhoma synod hitting back critically. A Nyondo dyera liwaphetsa.

Akuluakulu Ndimdambo
5 years ago

There are more issues than what we are hearing.Can someone prove to me if there is any threat here requiring the presence of Policemen.

onyonyo
onyonyo
5 years ago

This problem started when livingstonia synod encroached Nkhoma synod,I saw it happening anthu away ndi wosamva.

Let Us Pray
Let Us Pray
5 years ago

Bambo Chimwemwe I have no kind words for you. It is proven beyond reasonable doubt you are really a crocked person. A Music Association nawonso akukudandaulani bamboo ndipo muyaluka chaka chake ndi chino.
Mpaka kukakamila katundu wa Sinodi yet the same Synod innocently sent you to Lilongwe? Shame

munyenyembe
5 years ago

kodi atumbuka inu bvuto lanu ndi chani ?? ufiti chani iiiiiiiiiii ayi mukamila za mulungu zoona mulibe manyazi wina ndi uyu ati mejor one kkkkkkkk koma inu mumandiwaza kwambiri. kaya ine nthawi ino sindimalimbana ndi ma prophet.

Ugogodi
Ugogodi
5 years ago

“… but money opportunities in the capital city are tempting the men of God.” Nyasatimes…

mbodzole
mbodzole
5 years ago

Atumbuka kodi simumadabwa. you move from your own land and now you have started kukangana in a foreign land

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