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The Launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches in Pictures

Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

The defence Service Choir sing during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
The defence Service Choir sing during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

The defence Service Choir sing during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
The defence Service Choir sing during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili and Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela her during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili and Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela her during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili cutting the ribbon to officially launch the Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Rev Godfredah Sumaili cutting the ribbon to officially launch the Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
Guests at the The the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex
National Guidance and Religious Affairs Permanent Secretary Rev Howard Sikwela speaking during the launch of an Empowerment Scheme for Churches,Religious and Faith Based organisations at Government Complex

28 COMMENTS

  1. What empowerment funds will bear fruits from churches and faith based NGOs. At the end of the day the beneficeries will b Lusaka based and from Copperbelt and central police. The who scheme is misplaced and why do it towards elections. Will Auditor general staff be allowed to make a follow up to audit how he funds are going to be utilized as they are being drawn from the treasury. The funds would have been better utilized through the Ministry of Community development otherwise its another vote buying scheme.

  2. ??????????… Church empowerment!..
    This is the more reason why Africa and Zambia to be specific will remain Poor because of lack of Leadership. Really does it need the government to do this?… Anyway God is watching and if indeed God still wants this crop of Leadership to continue leading us as Zambians then come August this year they’ll be given that mandate. I rest my case!

  3. Churches are owned and financially sustained by Parishioners and private Donors. Now a Govt is using Taxpayer’s Money to donate to Churches. Some parishioners are unemployed and some are failing to generate income becoz of Covid-19 Restrictions. The same Govt is failing to give Relief to unemployed Citizens so that they can sustain their Churches. Where is this Govt getting money to donate to Churches while it is failing to pay for Students meals, bursaries or servicing external loans. The Govt is using dirty money to buy votes thru Churches, Headmen, Students etc. This kind of desperation will not convince Voters to vote 4 ECL and PF. The writing is on the wall.

  4. choir members singing out covid in the room-for distribution to the rest of the attendees
    Was the money toward this vote buying, included in this year’s budget?
    Or were these monies printed

  5. A time wasting country this one, clue less leadership. No solid plan of economic recovery, the same economy they grounded themselves as PF

  6. This god is so broke during Covid that he needs help from government. Tomorrow the government will do atrocious things and god’s hands will be tied. He will be reminded, ‘Remember the envelop?’

  7. Ba church be very careful. You are selling your soul that Christ Jesus already bought with his own precious blood.

    What has happened to you who have been giving charitable aid to society? Are you now taking back what you put into the communities?

  8. The Church is compromised, in receiving such from government dont expect that those churches will provide good checks and balances or sound rebuke and guidance. they have effectively become government praise singers or PF vuvuzelas.

  9. Sirach 20 v 29 says “gifts and bribes make even wise men blind to the truth,and prevent them from being honest in their criticism”. Are we seeing state capture of the clergy?

  10. Jesus told the church to give to god what belongs to him (worship) and to Caesar what belongs to him not the other way round. What a criminal christian nation!

  11. What nonsense is this “empowering churches” all about? And as already noted its Lusaka and Copperbelt churches to benefit most and the most influential in terms of numbers and voice will benefit larger allocations! However my concern is Zambians pay tax collected by government and Zambians also tithe, is it then fair that one’s tax contribution is given to church where one also tithes?

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