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Bujumbura Leadership and Governance Conference


Here, Burundi's Minister in the Office of the President for Good Governance Martin Nivyabandi speaks to leaders during one of the sessions. 206 Christian leaders from across the spectrum participated in the conference held at Kings Conference Center, Bujumbura. 



Above, SWIM director Sammy Wanyonyi speaks to the leaders as Dan Dye looks on.  Below, Pastors worship in song and prayer during one of the sessions.  Next they share in a beef stew and rice lunch.




Below, Ben Otube (right) from Nakuru, Kenya who served as SWIM's Conference and Festival Director/Representative embraces Pastor Manasse Mberabagabo during one of the sessions.  Next, Ben follows the conference along with other pastors.
   


Below, Steve Wareham and the Burundi government minister share a moment during the conference.


Dan Dye makes the vision presentation from a biblical and corporate perspective



Pastor Manasse Mberabagabo, who was the main host for the meetings shares with the audience from God's word. Next, Pastor Kennedy Kimiywe from Nairobi-Kenya speaks to the leaders on pastoral matters.  Ken pastors a congregation of 12,000 members in the heart of the city of Nairobi.



Below, part of our team of speakers and presenters.  From left, Ken Kimiywe, Steve Wareham, Martin Nivyabandi, Sammy Wanyonyi, Dan Dye and Manasse Mberabagabo.


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