Adrian Mung'andu

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Adrian Mung'andu (c. 1923 – 25 June 2007) was the Catholic archbishop of Lusaka between 1984 and 1996. [1]

Mung'andu was born in Kasisi around 1923 and went to primary school there. He went to secondary school in Chikuni where he also studied to be a teacher. In 1943, he went to the seminary at Chishawasha in Zimbabwe [1] being ordained as a priest in 1950.[2]

During the 1950s and early 1960s, Mung'andu worked as a parish priest and as a principal of the Kasisi Boys School. He was made Vicar-General of Lusaka in 1963 before being moved to a parish in Livingstone in 1969. Pope Paul VI appointed him as Bishop of Livingstone in 1975 before Pope John Paul II promoted him in 1984. [1]

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