Kasama farmers feel effect of poor input distribution

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Kasama farmers feel effect of poor input distribution

Kasama, Mar 25/13,  ZANIS———–Kasama Archbishop, Ignatius Chama, has observed that the negative impact of poor farming input distribution in the 2012-2013 farming season has begun to be felt among the majority poor people in rural area.

Archbishop Chama, who is also President of Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC), sounded his observation during a church service at St John’s Cathedral in Kasama yesterday

The Archbishop said as much as the Government accepted the responsibility of poor distribution of FISP, people will have no enough food.

Archbishop Chama has since appealed to Government to start making serious measures to amend the mistake so that issues involving farming are not repeated in the next farming season.

Meanwhile Archbishop Chama has urged Christians to emulate Jesus Christ who died for the sins of others for love of people in the world.

And St John’s Parish Priest, Gervas Nonde, announced that the Way of Cross procession will start from St John’s Cathedral to Presidents Park on Friday, March 29, 2013 in Kasama.

Fr Nonde urged all Christians on Friday to join in commemorating the suffering of our lord Jesus Christ, who defeated sin on the cross.