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Ask Jehovah's Witnesses. The President of Zambia


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He was asked on radio what he will do for the poor, since he has been in power for over two years and nothing seems to change.

 

His answer: Do you know who will end poverty in the world? Go and ask Jehovah's  Witnesses.

 

 

This was last week on Radio. He is good at answering such questions.

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Mwanawasa was the 3rd president of Zambia. This could explain why....

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levy_Mwanawasa

Mwanawasa married Maureen Mwanawasa on September 3, 1988, and they remained married until his death.

 He had seven children: Miriam, Patrick, Lorna, Chipokota, Matolo, Lubona and Ntembe. Miriam and Patrick were from his first marriage.

 His wife was a baptized member of the Jehovah's Witnesses

 but has since been disfellowshiped because of her active role in politics. It is against the faith of Jehovah's Witnesses to take part or sides in politics."

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Mwanawasa was the 3rd president of Zambia. This could explain why....

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levy_Mwanawasa

Mwanawasa married Maureen Mwanawasa on September 3, 1988, and they remained married until his death.

 He had seven children: Miriam, Patrick, Lorna, Chipokota, Matolo, Lubona and Ntembe. Miriam and Patrick were from his first marriage.

 His wife was a baptized member of the Jehovah's Witnesses

 but has since been disfellowshiped because of her active role in politics. It is against the faith of Jehovah's Witnesses to take part or sides in politics."

 

One suprising thing is that, Mwanawasa's succesor Rupiah Banda is married to a former Pioneer. disfellowshiped now too.

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