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Member of Parliament Timothy is now Dr. Myeni

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MPANGENI – Ncandweni Christ Ambassadors leader and Lubulini Member of Parliament Timothy Myeni has been decorated with an honorary Doctorate Degree.

This means Myeni will now be referred to as Dr. Timothy Myeni.
Myeni received the honours during a graduation ceremony held on Saturday at the Good Shepherd College of Religion, Culture and Training at eMpangeni, situated about 200 kilometres from the Lavumisa border post on your way to Durban.

Myeni, according to the college, was decorated because of his contribution to the Gospel industry and for being a role model to other gospel artists.
Myeni was among the 23 people decorated during the event. Also honoured and conferred with  Master’s Degree were his mother Solomiya, his brother Mzwakhe and interestingly, suspended member of the Ncandweni Christ Ambassadors, Khayalethu Masuku.

Masuku was suspended after being convicted of drink driving.
Other members of the group were also honoured.
Professor Gas Mhlongo, from the college, took time to explain why they saw it necessary that Myeni be honoured.
“You can all testify that indeed Dr. Myeni has changed the lives of many people.

As I am standing here, I am one of the people who have been helped by Myeni’s preaching. It is for that reason that today I salute Myeni for making sure that whenever he sings or preaches, the lives of peoples are changed,” she said.
The professor encouraged Myeni to continue preaching the word of God to people so that their lives could be changed.

“If there is one thing that is important, is for you to make sure that you move from one place to another. We want to see more people being changed and this will happen through your singing and your preaching,” she said.
After being bestowed with the honour, Myeni said this was still the beginning of God’s work.

He said the journey was still too long and prayed that God continues sustaining him to serve his people.
“This is really an honour and it is the beginning of God’s work. God is great and I pray that he manifests in our lives so we can continue preaching to those who still have not yet received the opportunity of accepting Christ,” he said.
He also thanked the college for honouring them saying they would always cherish this day in their lives.

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