Reverend Nyondo confirms retirement at CCAP Livingstonia Synod

The search begins for Livingstonia Synod of Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) General Secretary (GS) Levi Nyondo successor as he will be retiring from the post he has served for 15 years.

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Nyondo has served for 34 years in the synod and 15 years in the office of general secretary.

The general secretary said it has been “an honour” to lead  Livingstonia Synod.

But  Nyondo might carry on until the synod held an elective conference with its August meeting set to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Nyondo said  he is retiring in July this year together with other three ministers.

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Joloza
10 months ago

Akapume mwina abwerepo munthu wina abwenzeretse uzumu mu Livingston is Synod. Tizakukumbukira ngati Reverend amene anathawitsa nzimu NDI ulemelero wa Mulungu mu Synod

Joni
Joni
10 months ago

IT HAD TO COME but as Synod, we will remember you for standing firm against the murderer BINGU MUTHARIKA and the STUPID DPP Cadets ….you have always fought back in defence of your Synod..no wonder, there are so many celebrating down here……… Secondly, Bwana Nyondo, as patriotic Synod of Livingstonia members, we will remember and miss you so much for stopping and fighting back the theft of our territory by Nkhoma Synod hiding behind religion and language. They had unashamedly stolen too much territory from us and as a leader, you made a decision which so many feared and were… Read more »

Joni
Joni
10 months ago
Reply to  Joni

wina wakwiya kkkkkkk

Mwaulambia
Mwaulambia
10 months ago

Nyondo has never done anything good. His stupidity will find him at his death bed. Nyondo nchindere chakumwa matuzi. Chilutenge chachimbwi chila. Mxiii

Joni
Joni
10 months ago
Reply to  Mwaulambia

CHIMBWI WADOZO WEKHA not our GS…..

Mwaulambia
Mwaulambia
10 months ago

Lutaninge mukalowe makora. Go. We wont miss him. Here is a man who brought down the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia due to his hipocrtical approach. A murder, a witch. No one will miss this devil, a pig of a reverend. POne day I will talk about his affair with a lady at Masasa in Mzuzu.

ignatius
10 months ago

Rest in peace and be an active politician in your camp although you will never be in government

Malawi belong to the citizens

Even when you retire please continue to guide Malawians when government abuse it’s citizens.we will miss you the son of the land.Mr Nyondo we really appreciate your work.God should bless you.Some minds can not appreciate your stand coz there is nothing in their heads.Stupid people supported quota system.No country will be at peace nepotism is at the top.We don’t want dictators in Malawi.Mr Nyondo have fight a good fight for the betterment of Malawi.We are appreciates your efforts.All the best.Anzeru amaziwa nthawi yotulira pansi udindo,zitsiru zimango kakamirabe maudindo even atakalamba or adziwa Kut alephera kugwira ntchito yawo ubwino. We salute… Read more »

Banyamulenge
Banyamulenge
10 months ago

Will surely miss you .You are a good leader and so courageous . Now you can participate actively in politics.Please join AFORD and deliver the nation. You can make a good president.

Fifa
10 months ago

Good riddance. He can now pair the MCP-UTM ticket as running mate. Chindere chakufikapo.

ignatius
10 months ago
Reply to  Fifa

kkkkkkkkk this is a good point.This maldramatic person must go

Shonai
10 months ago

Athawira limodzi ndi Mtambo.

Ungwelu
Ungwelu
10 months ago

By the look of the comments most of you are DPP cadets. I feel sorry for you and your so called president. Nyondo called a spade a spade. He is a fearless man of God. Apart from fighting against the evil 😈 quota system, he challenged M’mbelwa and his chiefs on alcoholism and polygamy. Thumbs up!

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