Bishop Chrispin Zulu preaches against politicizing the outbreak of Coronavirus in Zambia
By Luswepo Mutepuka
National Assemblies of Pentecostal of Holiness Bishop Chrispin Zulu has cautioned political parties against politicizing the outbreak of Corona Virus which has resulted in Zambia recording two deaths, out of the recorded 40 cases.
As Zambia’s cumulative Coronavirus Disease (covid 19) statistics released by the Ministry of Health were 40, out of which recoveries stood at 25, with two deaths and 13 active cases as at Good Friday 10th April 2020, Bishop Zulu encouraged citizens to forgo individual political affiliations and join hands in curbing the spread of the Coronavirus.
With a cross section of citizens commending Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya’s leadership, Bishop Zulu admonished in an interview in Lusaka that Zambians should continue praying for Gods interventions on the teething covid 19 matter.
A prayerfully optimistic Bishop Zulu encouraged the church in diversity to remain steadfast in prayer as the country continues to bear witness to noticeable improvement in as far as recording more cases of recoveries of people diagnosed as covid 19 positive.
Meanwhile, Bishop Zulu has implored Zambians that no matter how devastating this Coronavirus is, it will not stay in their midst forever.
Bishop Zulu says there is need for believers beyond the National Assemblies of Pentecostal of Holiness to always have faith in God stressing that He is in control.