A Clergyman in Kasama has urged Zambians not to settle for less but strive to attain their full potential.
Peniel Pentecostal Assemblies of God Bishop Patrick Nkuwah observed that Zambia, like many other African countries, lacks the spirit of excellence in whatever they pursue as compared to Western countries.
Bishop Nkuwah challenged Christians to pray for the spirit of excellence to prevail over Zambia, in order for all the citizens in the nation to realize their full potential through the power of God.
Reading from the book of Genesis Chapter 2 and Verses 26-31 yesterday, Bishop Nkuwah said God’s desire when he created man was for him to be excellent in all his activities.
He said it is saddening to note that even when a project has been fully funded, it is not completed because of lack of commitment.
He singled out Kasama General Hospital as one of the projects which was fully funded in the 1970s, but has remained incomplete to date.
Bishop Nkuwah said, unlike in Zambia, in western countries when a project is started the contractor and everyone concerned ensures that a perfect job is done.
He said, Northern Province has a number of projects which have either stalled or been poorly implemented.