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Bishop Gwajima calls on prayers for Lissu’s soon recovery, to visit him tomorrow

He asked Tanzanians within and outside the country to pray for the country’s security, police and national leaders; asked God to grant Lissu good health.

Bishop Gwajima calls on prayers for Lissu’s soon recovery, to visit him tomorrow

He asked Tanzanians within and outside the country to pray for the country’s security, police and national leaders; asked God to grant Lissu good health.

10 September 2017 Sunday 13:51
Bishop Gwajima calls on prayers for Lissu’s soon recovery, to visit him tomorrow

By Azania Post Reporter

Tanzanian ArchBishop Josephat Gwajima lead churchgoers to pray for opposition Member of Parliament Tundu Lissu's soon recovery and citizens’ security.

In his today’s preaching at Ufufuo na Uzima Churches Ubungo, Kinondoni district in Dar es Salaam, Gwajima said: “It is everyone’s responsibility to pray for the national against killings like recently happened in Kibiti, illegally use of bullets and all evils acts which jeopardizing people.”

                             Tanzanian opposition legislator Tundu Lissu

He asked Tanzanians within and outside the country to pray for the country’s security, police and national leaders; asked God to grant Lissu good health.

Gwajima said is expected to visit Lissu at Nairobi tomorrow.

Vincent Lissu, young brother of Lissu who joined other churchgoers attended the special mass to pray for Lissu at Ufufuo na Uzima Churches appreciated work done by professional doctors at Dodoma Hospital who struggled to rescue his brother’s life.

“I kindly ask all good wishers to pray for my brother’s health, so he can back to his normal life and continue to fight for the country’s interests,” he said.

Priest Denis Ngumba of Nsasa-Kimara catholic church in Dar es Salaam said there is a need to give people in their society a right of expression, asked protection of leaders who are capable to stand up tall and speak for the voiceless

The condition of Tanzanian opposition legislator Tundu Lissu is improving at a hospital in Kenya's Nairobi. Lissu, 49, referred to the Nairobi Hospital after being wounded in a gun attack by unidentified people at his residence in Tanzania's capital city Dodoma on Thursday last week.

Azania Post

Updated: 11.09.2017 13:19
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