A Zambian clergy has reiterated the need for the church and the nation at large to pray for God’s direction as
the country mourns President Michael Sata.
Presence of God Ministry overseer Christopher Kunda said it was the responsibility of Zambians to pray for the country and maintain the
peace which God has freely given to the nation.
Speaking during the golden jubilee conference at government complex in Lusaka today, Apostle Kunda sent a message of condolences to the first
lady Christine Kaseba, her family, the Patriotic Front and the entire nation on the passing on of President Sata.
He however called on politicians to maintain unity and peace ahead of the presidential by-elections.
Apostle Kunda said it takes long to restore peace once it is lost hence the need to preserve it.
Meanwhile, Embassy of Fire Ministries leader Eddie Sinyinza expressed sadness that President Sata passed on at a time when the country is
celebrating its golden jubilee.
Apostle Sinyinza noted that the country was going through a time of transition.
He has since called on the church to unite and seek God’s divine intervention in all the activities that the nation will undertake.
Zambia lost its President, Mr. Sata on Tuesday, 0ctober 28, 2014 barely few days after celebrating its golden jubilee.