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MBABANE – The increased murder rate has inspired the Worship Centre Church to introduce a campaign that aims to restore moral fibre in the country.

This was revealed by the church’s leader, Apostle Justice Dlamini during the Easter services held over the weekend.
The campaign, worth a staggering E2 million, will see the church visiting all the constituencies in the four regions of the country to preach the gospel of Christ.

The visits will not only be about preaching about transformation but will also bring smiles to the elderly and the needy, as the church will be dishing out food parcels to them.
Already, a truck worth thousands of Emalangeni has been purchased by the church for the project and is expected to arrive in the country in the next few days.

During one of the sermons last Friday, Dlamini encouraged his congregants to contribute or commit to financially supporting the project.
Known as the Swaziland Gospel Transformation Campaign, the project is expected to kick-off next month and the truck has already been branded with the theme and its objective.

In an interview with Dlamini, he explained that recent killings were a sign that the moral fibre was no longer there in society.
According to Dlamini, the problem was two-fold, in that there were those killings which were related to revenge, including incidents where lovers killed their partners and then those which were as a result of social problems.

Even though he did not recount any recent incident, Dlamini highlighted that the rate at which people were killing one another was shocking.
“The Worship Centre is determined to help in transforming the lives of the Swazi nation. We have built a structure, now it is time to build the lives of people. We are adamant that in 20 years time, we will see the emergence of a society that is responsible, with people who love one another and not kill each other,” he said.

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