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Monday, September 28, 2020

Installation of Bishop Alick Banda in Pictures

Photo Gallery Installation of Bishop Alick Banda in Pictures

St Ignatius Jesuit priest based Fr Charles Chilinda was the backbone of live broadcasting.
St Ignatius Jesuit priest based Fr Charles Chilinda was the backbone of live broadcasting.

Some catholics followed the proceedings on TV screens.
Some catholics followed the proceedings on TV screens.

Some catholics followed the proceedings on TV screens.
Some catholics followed the proceedings on TV screens.

The little dancing girls "stella" lightened up the mass.
The little dancing girls “stella” lightened up the mass.

The little dancing girls "stella" lightened up the mass.
The little dancing girls “stella” lightened up the mass.

A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.
A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.

A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.
A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.

Zambia 1st couple led the political and traditional leaders.
Zambia 1st couple led the political and traditional leaders.

A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.
A good number of Zambia clergy paternity was in attendance.

Church goers trying to record the proceedings using their electronic gadgets.
Church goers trying to record the proceedings using their electronic gadgets.

Italian ambassador to Zambia  Filippo Scammacca getting pictures.
Italian ambassador to Zambia Filippo Scammacca getting pictures.

Members of Xaverian movement  paying respects.
Members of Xaverian movement paying respects.

Bishop Telesphore George Mpundu and Bishop Alick Banda cutting a cake.
Bishop Telesphore George Mpundu and Bishop Alick Banda cutting a cake.

Bishop Telesphore George Mpundu and Bishop Alick Banda cutting a cake.
Bishop Telesphore George Mpundu and Bishop Alick Banda cutting a cake.

Bishop Dr Alick Banda with Soli people senior chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II.
Bishop Dr Alick Banda with Soli people senior chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II.

Bishop Dr Alick Banda.
Bishop Dr Alick Banda.

Pictures Courtesy of Jean Mandela

15 COMMENTS

  1. I did see Freedom Sikazwe looking unconfortable as if he was hearing a voice telling him to leave those people.

    • I am not sure how I should like that Alick Banda, just because he allows to be called DR.
      Why DR?
      All catholic priests are very educated.

    • Mukonse ba Lusaka Arch-diocese.. That bishop loves money over futi. and he is also a PF cadre. At-least we can now breath in Ndola Diocese.

  2. I perfectly understand you Nostradamus. I am aware that Archbishop Alick Banda actually has an earned PhD from Germany. So in some sense, he has a right to be referred to as Dr. As you rightly point out, however, I am also aware of some Priests who are Professors, medical doctors and PhD holders but prefer not to be adressed as such. I have in mind Fr. M. J Kelly (a Jesuit and author of the book on origins of Education in Zambia) Fr. Fabian Pikiti and Fr. Fikwamo (both of Kasama Archdiocese). There was also an American Priest who worked as surgeon for a long in Choma. My medical doctor friends have also mentioned a humble Zambian Medical-doctor-Priest based in Mumbwa. Pray for Bishop Banda Nostradamus.

    • Every civilized person respects the beliefs and practices of others. So your comments simply reflect your civilization status. Others have respected your atheist views so you better reciprocate with respect. “Mutual Respect” is the phrase.

    • You can take that spiritual journey without religion like our ancestors used to do…how can you support a church that made its wealth from funding the slave trade triangle!!

    • @jayjay if you think of yourself as not being docile then come to Zambia and fight for the things that you always talk about. It is easy to blog but it just shows cowardice if you’re doing from abroad. Come and fight if you’re a real man. Infact where you are, you are just a non-entity, a bloody foreigner. Come and criticize home so that we see how much guys you have.

  3. I am catholic but tired of our church walls covered with white Jesus and no statues of saints or angels with afros. yaba!

    • Would it be more comforting for you if the exchanged them for black ones? A lie is a lie my friend no matter how you dress it

  4. The correct way should be Most Reverend Alick Banda DD, Phd alternatively he has to use just Archbishop Alick Banda. No Dr..check any catholic Archbishop the world over that’s how is is written.. Not that funny stuff of Archbishop Dr. That does not exist..

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