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Sata congratulates Archbishop Chama for his elevation

General News Sata congratulates Archbishop Chama for his elevation

Archbishop Ignatius Chama

President Michael Sata has congratulated the President of the Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) Ignatius Chama for being elected as Archbishop of Kasama by Pope Benedict XVI.

President Sata has described Archbishop Chama’s elevation by the Pope as a special calling that carried a huge responsibility of shepherding and providing leadership to the Catholic faithful in the Diocese and the country as a whole.

According to a statement made available to ZANIS by his Special Assistance for Press and Public Relations George Chellah, the President stated that by elevating Archbishop Chama, the Pope has shown confidence and faith in clergyman’s abilities to provide spiritual leadership to the Catholic congregants.

“Even as he embarks on this momentous task, we assure the Archbishop that he is accompanied by prayers and good wishes from myself, family and Government.

When we are called to serve, we must always dedicate ourselves to God,family and country. Our actions must demonstrate this order,” Mr. Sata said.

President Sata has since appealed to Archbishop Chama to lead his congregants in praying for the country and its leadership as his
government strives to make Zambia a better place for all.

President Sata reaffirmed the government’s commitment to strengthening the partnership between the church and state.
[Zanis]

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Congratulations Archbishop. I remember you as a Seme when I was a Kampenga many moons ago and even if we could not make it to priesthood you inspired us to go to Bahati and later on St Clements which formed a basis for our future. Be blessed.

  2. I have also been promoted from Accountant to Finance manager,can you also issue a press statement congratulating me hello!

  3. is there anything else the president is doing other than shouting at his opponents and praising his friend. i mean like real work

  4. Congrats Fr Chama, i remember those days you taught me at Bahati, and your friends Fr Mpasa, Fr Bwalya Elijar and Fr Mafumbi. May God bless you more.

  5. Congrats Archbishop Chama. @4 Mwiponta mukabwela… i agree with you. I bet you miss those days at bahati when you guys would eye ripe quavas but left them to rot for bear of being punished to eating from the orchard..

  6. If he is not constituting commissions of fimo fimo, shuffling a brand new cabinet or issuing threats or raving off vulgarities at HH, he is busy congratulating catholic priest promoted by Pope Benedict for molesting children. You bet maybe he also has a child or children with this bishop’s sister, anything is possible with Zondwe, kukomiwa ki mitenya mucembele mumbulu. Konji muta a timelele ali ku cimbama mwa cobeni!

  7. no.3 you are just a dog ulebosafye ichibosebose.you even make stupid comments pamubomfi wakwa Lesa,you are cursed.

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