Religious leaders of the Synod of Livingstonia of Church for Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) are expressing their commitment in working with Malawi’s new president Joyce Banda in addressing social economic challenges facing the country.
Malawi has been facing forex problems, fuel crisis and governance crisis during the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rule which forced many donor partners like Britain and the United States, withdraw aid to Malawi.
“We are ready to help President Banda in her effort to address these challenges for the benefit of all Malawian,” says Reverend Levi Nyondo General Secretary for the Synod.
Nyondo said that he has a strong belief that other religious leaders from other denominations will follow suit by helping Banda clearing the mess left by the DPP administration.
Reverend Nyondo advised President Banda to securitize DPP members who are joining her Peoples Party, saying most of them might have a hidden agenda that would hurt her in future.
He however said is very shocked and saddened with the sudden death of President Bingu wa Mutharika who he describes as a father of the nation.
Mutharika has strained relationship with Livingstonia Synod and Nyondo was one of his critic who was at some point arrested for treason charges.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :