Sinda District Commissioner Paradious Sakala has called on the clergy not to use the pulpit to settle differences with government, but rather sit and quietly resolve issues amicably. Speaking during Sunday Mass at Chassa Catholic Church, Sakala comlained that the clergy tried to use the pulpit to point out the wrongs committed by government. He, however, said such a strategy was inefficient compared to resolving problems amicably. “I request you, priest and others that, being the organizers of our lives, many things that happen in our communities and societies reaches you differently, then I would ask that if it’s the DC not doing well, I request you that instead of opening a verse on the pulpit and start criticizing or…...

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