Eswatini Daily News

By Bongiwe Zwane-Maseko

Hundreds of Christians from the Seventh Day Adventist Church joined the President of the Seventh Day Adventist World Church Pastor Ted Wilson from the United States of America at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre in prayer on Tuesday.

The event was graced by Home Affairs Minister, Princess Lindiwe, members of the Royal family, and senior members of the local church. According to Executive Secretary of the Eswatini Conference of the Seventh Day Adventists Sabelo Mthunzi, the president is currently in southern Africa on an official visit and has been to Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania, and South Africa.

“He landed this morning at the KM III International Airport. The service we had was well attended. His visit has evoked hope in us as a local church to be remembered by someone of his ranking. We also pray that the prayers he made will make a difference in the country’s current situation,” he said.

President Wilson, who has been in this position for seven years, is expected to also visit Namibia and Lesotho. He leaves Eswatini this evening.

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