New International Director Victor Nakah and His Vision for Africa: A Video

Victor Nakah is MTW’s new international director for sub-Saharan Africa. Victor and his wife Nosizo—who are native to Zimbabwe—represent MTW’s growing emphasis on national leadership. Nakah’s powerful vision for Africa and a 27-year background in ministry and leadership, made him an ideal fit for this critical role.

Victor is concerned for the Church in Africa. The adage “a mile wide and an inch deep” is true. “Africa has become a continent of contradictions,” Victor said. “On the one hand you have one of the fastest growing Churches in the world in Africa … and yet the same countries are very high on the corruption index.” Because missions in Africa has focused on evangelism over discipleship, the faith of the Church in Africa is dangerously shallow.

Watch as Victor shares both his concern and his vision for Africa, and learn more about how God can use us to help shift Africa’s future. 


Help play a role in transforming Africa by becoming a ministry partner for Victor & Nosizo Nakah. Learn more or donate online. 

Tom Mills in Video on Jan 22, 2018

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