CLERGYMAN IN LIVINGSTONE SAYS IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT THE MORAL FIBER HAS BEEN ERODED IN THE COUNTRY
Written by News on July 30, 2020
A Clergyman in Livingstone says it is unfortunate that the moral fiber has been eroded in the country especially by some people in authority.
Word Encounter Global Bible Ministry Overseer Creaver Nyambe said some leaders are doing wrong things without fear thinking they have protection.
Bishop Nyambe said that leaders must be lead exemplary lives and be good examples to society with good morals.
He pointed out that the morality aspect of a leader should not be compromised but one who lives above the normal
And Bishop Nyambe has advised the ministry of religious affairs and guidance to be the first one to publicly wrong vices that leaders are engaging themselves into.
Meanwhile the clergyman has called on president Lungu to show fairness in administering when metering out discipline alleging that there are government officials who have not shown good morals but were not disciplined.
He has since called on the church to unite in prayer adding that the country needs prayers as there is a lot of moral decay.
Yesterday President Edgar Lungu terminated the appointment of Minister of General Education, David Mabumba.