Mangochi Town Council chairperson Ibrahim Kacheya has emphasised the need for believers in the country to embrace the spirit of unity, saying that is the only way people of different denominations can come together and learn from each other innovative ways for developing the country.
He made the remarks at Mangochi CCAP Multipurpose Hall where he was guest of honour during a DVD launch by Tamandani Singers Choir.
Kacheya noted that lack of unity among the faithful is a serious ‘disease’ which needs immediate remedy from the men of God as it retards development in the country.
“The only way to go is to nurture and cement relationships between churches, mosques and other temples; but not resentment among ourselves,” he explained.
Kacheya observed that an area where there is unity develops fast and it is blessed with a lot of resources as it never experiences plagues such as floods and droughts, among other natural disasters.
The town council chairperson, who bought the DVD at K70 000, also commended Tamandani Singers Choir for committing their time to singing for the Lord, saying this is what people, especially the youth, should strive for. n