Nkhoma Synod of the Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) has expelled two of his pastors for allegedly co-authoring  a Pastoral letter read out in all radio station accusing the current leadership of failing to instill discipline in fellow pastors and church flock, hence, they should step down.

The two suspended pastors are HPH Zulu and Sande Mwale.

According to the letter dated June 18 made available to the media and signed by Synod Moderator  Reverend Chatha Msangambe and Synod Clerk Brian Kamwendo  , the two are being accused of causing confusion and forging signature of fellow pastors.

Information sourced by FaceofMalawi indicate that the accused pastoral letter revealed of the K61M fraud that happened in the Synod which was directly connected to certain Pastors .

Meanwhile the Synod has asked the Church members who have grievances to use proper channels.

 

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