Bishop’s funeral on Saturday

Bishop’s funeral on Saturday

FORMER Anglican Bishop James Hamupanda Kauluma, who died on Monday morning in the MediClinic hospital, will be buried in the North this weekend.

Bishop Nathaniel Ndahuma Nakwatumba, the Bishop of the Anglican Church Diocese in Namibia, told The Namibian that the late Kauluma will be buried at 12h00on Saturday at Ongula ya Netanga village in the Ohangwena Region. Bishop Kauluma died after a long battle with prostate cancer.He was the longest-serving Anglican Bishop in Namibia and served the church during the liberation struggle.Kauluma is survived by his wife, Sally Kauluma, and two daughters, Nangula and Nangando.He was born in 1932 and was the first indigenous Bishop of the Anglican Church in Namibia – one of the dioceses of the Province of South Africa.He was ordained as Bishop of the Anglican Churn in Namibia on January 15 1978 in Westminster Cathedral, London.Bishop Kauluma died after a long battle with prostate cancer.He was the longest-serving Anglican Bishop in Namibia and served the church during the liberation struggle.Kauluma is survived by his wife, Sally Kauluma, and two daughters, Nangula and Nangando.He was born in 1932 and was the first indigenous Bishop of the Anglican Church in Namibia – one of the dioceses of the Province of South Africa.He was ordained as Bishop of the Anglican Churn in Namibia on January 15 1978 in Westminster Cathedral, London.

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