Church praises South Waghi MP for his ‘first of its kind’ Christmas gift

Faith

CHURCHES have thanked Anglimp-South Waghi MP Joe Kuli for being the first MP to give tithes to the church.
One of the church groups in the electorate is the Wurup Catholic Parish in Wurup-Kaip constituency.
“I think this is a first of its kind for a leader to give tithes to all church denominations in the electorate,” said Nicholas Wama, catechist of Kaip outstation.
“The Wurup parishioners are very thankful to Kuli for recognising the church.
“Churches play frontline roles in the delivery of spiritual, educational, health and other services to people.
“Wisdom comes from God.
“Leaders who want to be wise must acknowledge God.
“It is a very noble act for our MP to support churches.
“Service delivery should be a partnership approach.
“Leaders, churches, businesses and private organisations must work together.”
Wama said Wurup parish advisory board chairman Casper Ulg distributed to each of the 12 outstations the money given by the Anglimp-South Waghi district development authority.
“The parish has received about K13,300,” he said.
“Each outstation received K1000 while the catechists received K100 each.
“It’s a Christmas gift.”

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