Bishop Brighton Vita Malasa of the Anglican Diocese of the Upper Shire says Malawi should move forward since the elections are over and the winners were declared.

Malasa made the remarks in Mangochi during the ordination of three deacons and seven priests at St. Thomas Complex of the Anglican Diocese of Upper Shire which was attended by Vice President of Malawi Everton Chimulirenji.

According to the Bishop, “elections are over and we’ve had our winners; what remains is for us to work together as Malawians and move forward,”

He also urged Malawians to safeguard peace because this is the only Malawi that we all have. He condemned post-election violence saying it is derailing development in the country.

Malasa also condemned the emerging tendency of labeling each other basing on region or district of origin saying “it does not reflect the Malawian-ness in us”.

The three deacons Bishop Malasa ordained are Austin Luanda, Charles Lezile, and Peter Kumwima. Seven priests were also ordained: David Chilowoza, Tendai Mdutu, Edngton
Matendeu, Frank Andrea Saulo, Isaac Phiri, Kenneth Wisiki and Shame Banda.

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