——–The Pastors Fellowship in Mansa has praised the country’s Presidents for the role they have played in ensuring peace and unity in the country.
Mansa Pastors Fellowship Chairman, Steven Bwalya, says it is not easy to unite the country’s 72 tribes when other countries where there are only two tribes have failed to unite.
Pastor Bwalya said jubilee is an important time which everyone should celebrate, adding that even in the Bible records the importance of the jubilee.
ZANIS reports that Pastor Bwalya said this when the Pastors Fellowship donated assorted goods worth over K 3000 to Mansa Prisons as part of their golden jubilee celebrations.
Pastor Bwalya said the Pastors Fellowship in Mansa appreciates what God has done for the country and called on Zambians to uphold the peace that the country has enjoyed since independence.
And Mansa Pastors Fellowship Vice Chairman, Jelly Lombanya, called on Zambians to play a part in upholding democracy in the country.
Rev Lombanya said Zambia’s democracy record has been instrumental in ensuring peace in the country.
He said this is witnessed by the peaceful transition that all the presidents have gone through in country.