After a string of scandals and controversy in town, celebrated actor Thlupego Chisiza of Lions Arts Theatre has sought God’s intervention and expressed his intention to change his lifestyle for good.

He posted an apology on his Facebook on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 12:45pm, which reads:

“I think it’s high time I have to grow and behave as a man. God help me.”

The post attracted several comments, most of them congratulating him for his decision to reflect on his past lifestyle which dented his image.

Chisiza continued to show his call for transformation in his further comments to his post which reads: “Nanga every time anthu azingondidandaula… no si udolo. I really want to change, and God should really help me.”

Some of the encouraging comments on Chisiza’s post included that of Diallo Wa Pool Malango who wrote:

“Wow! Gud 2 hear, ndocepa amavomeleza kuti akuyenela kukula in this lyf…ndizosowa zomwe wacitazi, mwapanga cisankho cabwino abwana keep it up.”

And in response to this, Chisiza wrote: “Thanks Diallo WA Pool Malango nanga ndizingonama kuti am okay when I am not…some times its good to admit.” Tionge Mhango also commented on

Chisiza’s post and it reads: “Change and growing up’s gotta come from you and not induced by others, to be nurtured as well not just word of mouth, others simply facilitate wh@ you already instituted. Just like peace keeping is done when warring factions agree on a peace truce and have peace and then there’s peace to keep, not join in their war!”

Although some people’s comments were discouraging, saying that it was too late for Chisiza to put his life in order, the actor argued with them that everything was possible with God.

In an interview with The Weekend Times, Chisiza confirmed his fight for changed life, quoting a verse from the Bible which reads: “We are made right with God by placing our faith in Jesus Christ. And this is true for everyone who believes, no matter who we are. For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard.

Yet God, with undeserved kindness, declares that we are righteous. He did this through Christ Jesus when He freed us from the penalty for our sins.” (Romans 3:22-24)

To cap it all, Chisiza posted another apologetic post at 4:25pm which reads: “All my friends omwe ndi nawalakwila, kuwapanga chipongwe, kukhumudwisana nawo, kuwalankhula udyo, ndikupempha mundikhululukile. Musandisungile mangawa forgive me … am saying this fromthe bottom of my heart …I know Chisiza seeks God’s intervention

kudandaulidwa sibwino… komanso kulankwila anthu siudolo koma kungopusa chabe …please guys forgive me … it’s my prayer kuti mumve mumtimwa mwanu kuti Thlupego Chisiza wapepesa … no matter what people say or will say but I know with God I will be a changed person … I have done a lot and this is the right time to change.God bless you all.”

One of the parties aggrieved by Chisiza’s conduct, National Theatre Association of Malawi (Ntam) Northern Chapter president Sam Sambo acknowledged the delivery of Chisiza’s apology. However, he indicated that he should still pay back the debts he incurred in the region.

“Glory to God that Chisiza has realized his shortcomings and apologised. We have forgiven him. But that does not mean the debts he has with some us have also been forgiven. He will still pay them back,” said Sambo.

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