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Bishop Urge Malawians To Meet Needs Of Marginalized Communities

By Suleman Chitera May16,2022

General Bishop for the Abraham Baptist Church, Gibson Chautsa has called on Malawians to meet the needs of marginalized communities as a way of fulfilling biblical teachings.

Bishop Chautsa said with the Bible encouraging Christians to show love to one another, the citizenry must unite to rendering support to those living a miserable life.

He made the call Sunday when he led a team of church’s women guide from the district in donating food and non food items to patients at Ntcheu District Hospital.

One of the beneficiaries, Edina Benedicto claims patients admitted to the facility are hardly receiving drugs thereby compromising their health.

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