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Livingstonia Synod told to stop attacking Peter Mutharika

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Presidential Adviser on Youth Affairs, Nick Masebo, has lashed out at the leadership of Livingstonia Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP), accusing it of being too political.
Masebo said the synod leadership is misleading its church members and denting President Peter Mutharika’s image.
He was speaking at a rally addressed by Democratic Progressive Party Secretary General, Greselder Jeffery, and other senior party officials at Katoto School Ground in Mzuzu City.
“We are members of CCAP. In particular, I am a Livingstonia Synod member, but the church has gone too far. Let me tell the leaders that it pains us when we hear them attacking our President. We respect them but they have gone too far.
“We are their sons within the church but we are not comfortable with them. Unless they disown us today as per their wish, our President deserves respect and attacking him using the church, which we are part of, is an embarrassment,” Masebo said.
However, Livingstonia Synod General Secretary, Reverend Levi Nyondo, said the church will not stop criticising the Mutharika administration, arguing that he has failed to fulfill what he promised to do in the Northern Region.
“I might agree with him [Masebo] that we mostly criticise him but this is because we will never clap hands for his empty promises. He has failed to develop the Northern Region and they expect us to just be watching?”
Among other things, Livingstonia Synod accuses the President of promoting regionalism and nepotism.

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