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Prayers for road safety

BISHOP Banda

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka
THE National House of Prayer Advisory Board says it will use this year’s National Day of Reconciliation, Prayer and Fasting on October 18, to seek God’s intervention in the recent spate of fatal road traffic accidents.
The Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) announced that 1,100 people have died in road traffic accidents in the first half of this year.
National House of Prayer Advisory Board chairperson Bishop Joshua Banda says it is unacceptable for the country to record over 1,000 deaths as a result of road traffic accidents in six months.
He said in an interview yesterday the advisory board will partner with RSTA to find a lasting solution to the continued fatal road carnages.
Bishop Banda said the recent spate of road traffic accidents is unacceptably alarming and calls for God’s intervention.



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