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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Put national interest first, Joe Imakando tells politicians

Headlines Put national interest first, Joe Imakando tells politicians

Bishop Joe Imakando takes photographs of the proceedings after Sata’s body arrived

Bread of Life Church International-Zambia Overseer Joe Imakando has called on all stakeholders involved in the pending political dialogue process to put national interest first instead of pushing their partisan agendas.

Bishop Imakando noted that Zambians were expecting a positive outcome from the pending dialogue among political players hence the need for the concerned stakeholders to take the process seriously.

He told ZANIS in Kasama at the weekend that since the church is spearheading the national dialogue, chances of the process succeeding were high.

Bishop Imakando added that if stakeholders engage in genuine dialogue, cases of political tensions in the country will be a thing of the past.

He has since pledged to continue preaching messages of peace and unity in the country.

Meanwhile, Bishop Imakando has urged the general citizenry in the country to celebrate the festive season in a responsible manner.

He stated that the festive season is the time to remember the life of Christ and not a time to engage in illicit activities such as alcohol and drug abuse.

Bishop Imakando was over the weekend in Kasama for an annual Bread of Life International conference under the theme “The Year of Taking Over”.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Preach that to Kainde Bishop.
    He’s the one who’s bent on tarnishing the Zambian image using fake media and useless media outlets.

  2. Bishop Imakando was over the weekend in Kasama for an annual Bread of Life International conference under the theme “The Year of Taking Over”.
    Careful with that theme Bishop. Akainde can get excited thinking it’s time to take over State House.

  3. But these pastors and Bishops don’t put the interests of their congregants first. Too much kudya tithe na offering beka. That’s where politicians learn from

    • To have a church or ministry is another business – four corner.It is time for government start taxing them. Building mansions, buying luxury cars and buying planes at the expense of poor people by assuring them that God will bless them when they give. Give give. Blessed is the hand that giveth – you will receive more amen

  4. Bishops and pastors stop buying expensive vehicles just like politicians. But use the money to help the poor, the ones who have have built your churches and parties. Jesus feed 5000 people these days it’s the other way round the 5000 people feeding one person.

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