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Nevers Sekwila Mumba


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Background Information

Employment History

Lusaka Voice

General Overseer

International Central Gospel Church

Vice President of the Republic of Zambia

International Bureau for Epilepsy


The National Christian Coalition






Victory Ministries International



Hillcrest Technical School

Associate Theology Degree


Honorary Doctoral Degree

International Seminary

Honorary Doctorate degree

Flint , Michigan

Masters Degree

Public Policy

Regent University

honorary doctorate

Flint College

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Dr. Otabil and Dr. Nevers Mumba with the GraduandsIn his speech, the Guest Speaker for the occasion, Rev. Dr. Nevers Mumba, (Former Vice President of the Republic Of Zambia) noted that the ICGC's vision of influencing society can only happen by deliberately training a new breed of leaders who were not afraid to face the challenges of the day. He said that the future of both Ghana and Africa for that matter, lies in the hands of a new breed of Church leaders, who are well informed and have an ability to exercise a responsible sense of judgment.Dr. Mumba was of the view that it was time Africans get leaders who understand the pain of an African and leaders who understand the disillusionment of our youth and frustration of our political leaders.He added that the new leader must poses qualities of a statesman, a teacher and a healer.Dr. Mumba admonished the graduands to realize that as young ministers, they should be interested in knowing how the General Overseer of the ICGC and the President of the LWSM, Dr. Otabil has remained on the cutting edge for all these years. Rev. Dr. Mumba in conclusion advised the graduands to recognize the fact that as they were being sent out into all the world as sheep amongst wolves, it was their responsibility to understand how wolves operate and subdue them in Jesus name.The graduands were later commissioned by Rev. Dr. Nevers Mumba. [cached]

Could Nevers be Falling into Lungu's Trap?
GENERAL NEWS STATEMENTS Could Nevers be Falling into Lungu's Trap? After all no one in Dr. Mumba's position would turn down the offer of becoming republican vice President. Indeed what would stop President Lungu from bringing Dr. Mumba close to him, working together for maybe 3 months, take over the MMD structures with money and other machinations and then dump Dr. Mumba when it comes to filing in of nomination papers? In African politics, a strong veep is frowned upon and Nevers is known for being very charismatic and being able to take over the whole show as happened under Levy Mwanawasa. Dr Mumba must ask himself if destroying his reputation forever with Zambians is worth it. He may perhaps become president one day, but it would be using a route that would leave him with a very badly damaged reputation. Nevers would have no real power in government and could easily be sidelined the way Joyce Banda was sidelined in Malawi. If Dr. Mumba rejects the deal, he still has to face the wrath of PF who will go into overdrive to try to undermine his position as MMD president and they may try to kill off the MMD with renewed vengeance. Can Nevers survive? My view is that even if he got defeated in the end, he would earn a lot of respect for standing on principle and disprove all his critics and perhaps in future could still bounce back even stronger. But getting into bed with PF at this point would in my view complicate his life and disappoint a lot of Zambians like myself that have a lot of respect for him. I do not envy his position. [cached]

No One Can Defeat Me Even If We Had A Convention Next Month - Nevers Mumba
15/02/2016 tweet Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) president Dr Nevers Sekwila Mumba says that nobody can defeat him for the party presidency even if a convention was called next month. And Dr. Mumba has declared that MMD is more united today than ever before. Addressing party officials in Serenje on Saturday as part of the ongoing mobilization tours, Dr. Mumba said the confusion which rocked the party ahead of the Presidential by-election last year was no more because all genuine members were back from the parties they supported. He said Zambians should realise that the former ruling party was the most organised party and that there was no need to hate each other. Dr. Mumba said MMD officials should love one another in order to achieve the best result in the 2016 general elections. "Those that are calling for the convention, they cannot defeat me even if we called for the MMD convention next month. I am here to tell you that there are some people who want to fight us after they failed to be with us in the last election. The procedure they are using is retrogressive," said Dr. Mumba. He said true leaders and members of MMD should always be humble and supportive adding that some of the challenges the party was facing was as a result of having officials and members who were double dealing. Dr. Mumba said he was a democratic leader because he was brought in through a democratic process in 2012. He said the demands for the convention were not genuine as they were aimed at dividing the party. Dr. Mumba said MMD would not die and those who wanted to form their own parties should do so as it was their democratic right. He said party officials should know that whenever there was new leadership, some people leave while some remain. Ms. Chitika added that there was no need for true MMD members to leave the party if they wanted their party president Dr Mumba to win the election. [cached]

As soon the plan to destroy Nevers Mumba was hatched, Mbulakulima, who was a full-time employee of the party as National Secretary, suddenly became hostile to Nevers Mumba and stopped going to the office and began issuing contrary statements to those of the National Executive Committee (NEC), began pushing for a convention which he had been against all along and started showing open hostilities towards President Nevers Mumba.
Responding to an article in the Daily Nation of Wednesday 6th July, 2016, Mr. Phiri said PF cadres on the ground are extremely upset and demoralized with the likes of Mbulakulima who delivered a 'lame duck' like Mutati to PF who is adding absolutely no value and are wondering who advised President Lungu to go for Mutati instead of Nevers Mumba whom all the PF grassroots througout the country wanted especially on the Copperbelt, in order to secure a victory in the August elections.

UNTIL Africa places a premium on leadership, all grand ideas of mitigating the challenges of the continent including climate change will only be a pipe dream, says Nevers Mumba.
Speaking at the International Climate Change Symposium in Morocco last Friday, Mumba, the opposition MMD president, said no challenge poses a greater threat to humanity's future than climate change. Mumba, who was invited as guest speaker, said Africa, more than any other continent, could be severely struck by climate change impacts because it was particularly vulnerable due to considerably limited adaptive capacity, exacerbated by widespread poverty and the general low levels of development. He said he had objected the assumption that climate change in Africa could be mitigated simply by asking African leaders to implement symposium resolutions. "The current problem of Africa is not a lack of good policies or a lack of funding to implement those policies, but a consistent carelessness in the choice of its leaders," Mumba said. "The international community and other cooperating partners must continue engaging African governments in their anti-corruption initiatives as corruption has continued to be a wide-spread drain on financial resources," said Mumba.

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