Lutheran Bishop in Tanzania speaks up against the persecution of people with albinism ARUSHA, Tanzania/GENEVA | 24/3/2017 (LWI) – For members of one Lutheran diocese in Tanzania, there is no place for the persecution of people with albinism – an affliction that blights not only their community and country but others in Africa. Bishop
Confirmation is celebrated as a great event in Tanzania. Bishop Emmanuel Makala presides at the service.The confirmands are dressed in white and are given a lei of flowers and handmade necklaces to wear. This is Amani Lutheran Church in the town of Maswa,located between Shinyanga and Bariadi.
A woman receives cow and solar heater expresses her thanks to Bishop Makala and the church on behalf of other beneficiaries. Posted by South East of Lake Victoria Diocese – ELCT on Saturday, December 12, 2015
Pastor Harold Mkaro was installed as Bariadi District Pastor by Bishop Emmanuel Makala. The installation service was attended by Pastors and Evangelists from different Parishes of Shinyanga and Simiyu. The government officers from Simiyu region also attended that service.