ECL graces BIGOCA celebrations


Former President Edgar Lungu has likened the country’s current situation to that of the prodigal son in the Bible who had demanded a share of his inheritance and was granted only to return to his father’s home after plundering his wealth.

In his ecclesiastical message at the Bible Gospel Church in Africa (BIGOCA) yesterday, former President Lungu said people had cried for inheritance and that God being what He was had granted people their wish.

The former President was special guest at the BIGOCA in Matero which is celebrating its 22 years of the existence. 

Former President Lungu was the legal counsel for BIGOCA during its formative and turbulent years. 

“The current situation is like today’s sermon here in Luke 15 Vs 11. People cried for their inheritance, just like the prodigal son. God gave them their inheritance and they have messed up. I will not say much but some people cried for inheritance and God has given them but now they have messed up, former President Lungu said. And in his sermon BICOCA overseer Bishop Peter Ndhlovu said the church was targeting at saving one Million Christians.

Bishop Ndhlovu says their need for Christians to unite and work at saving more lives to Christ. And Bishop Ndhlovu said the church was happy to have former President Lungu in its presence being their former Lawyer who helped it fight its legal battles during its turbulent days.

The former President was accompanied by former Ministers Dr Chitalu Chilufya, Prof Nkandu Luo, Jean Kapata, Mutotwe Kafwaya, Greyford Monde and other senior PF members. 

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