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Sumaili on oiling of papas’ hands

MINISTER of National Guidance and Religious Affairs Godfridah Sumaili (left) talking to Economic, Social and Cultural Council head of delegation leader Jalel Chelba at Charter House in Lusaka. PICTURE: MACKSON WASAMUNU

TEMWA GONDWE, Lusaka
FRESH from the 2016 general elections, President Edgar Lungu created the Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs, attracting a furore from critics who questioned the relevance of the ministry.
Godfridah Sumaili, 61, a former banking executive and erstwhile commissioner for the Anti-Corruption Commission and Human Rights Commission, was appointed minister of the ministry which has been mandated to uphold morals and foster national unity.
Rev Sumaili, who in principle, is against the commercialisation of pastoral services by the so called ‘papas’, sheds more light about the relevance of her ministry and her mandate as minister.
First, who is Godfrida Sumaili, the first minister of National Guidance and Religious Affairs?…http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/




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