Wilson commends Zambians for peace

SEVENTH Day Adventist General Conference president Ted Wilson has commended the Zambian people and the government for playing an influential role in maintaining peace on the continent.

Speaking at the church’s world headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland when Zambia’s Ambassador to the United States Palan Mulonda paid a courtesy call on him, Wilson observed that the SDA church in Zambia enjoyed cordial relations with the government.

And Ambassador Mulonda thanked the church for its support in supplementing government’s efforts in various fields.

He noted that there was need for the church to scale up its humanitarian operations through its humanitarian arm the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) to help develop the Zambian in education, health, agriculture, water and sanitation sectors.