Christian Council of Lesotho (CCL) is always ready to offer spiritual guidance to all, including political leaders

Reverend Bernard Mojaki Kometsi said this on behalf of CCL amidst the national reforms journey with spme Basotho complaining of stagnation.


Reverend Kometsi says, the issue of reforms is a journey which started about a decade ago, where African leaders including Lesotho, vowed in their 2013 summit that, they commit to transforming Africa in areas of corruption, economy and politics. As a  result, he said CCL  will continue to offer spiritual guidance to political leaders,


He also said, if leaders truly seek transformation, they first need to introspect and there after, seek God’s face, which is where CCL comes in.