Archdiocese of Kasama Archbishop Ignatius Chama has expressed concern over the abuse of social media among some Zambians.
Archbishop CHAMA says it is sad that people have become pre-occupied with negative use of internet at the expense of God’s word and other progressive issues.
He said this during a priestly ordination for Conely Musonda, Modest Muleba and Staphord Mulamba held at Santa Maria Parish in Chilubi.
Archbishop Chama urged the newly ordained priests to be wary of the trend of abusing social media and preach against it.
And the priest has urged politicians to embrace political harmony, co-existence and Godly morals.
Archbishop Chama said political leaders must endeavor to rise above their differences.
Meanwhile, Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile implored the church to partner with government in addressing vices that are against both Christian and national values.
ZANIS reported recently that Mr. Mundubile said government under the leadership of President EDGAR LUNGU considers the church as an agent and partner in creating positive change in society.
He said church leaders must continue to speak against vices that are detrimental to national development.
Other notable guests at the ordination were Chief Matipa of the Bisa people, Chilubi Member of Parliament Rosaria Fundanga, Democratic Party leader Harry Kalaba and some government officials.