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Biography Of HG Archbishop Amos Mathenge Kabuthu

Personal Background

 

His Grace Archbishop Amos Mathenge Kabuthu was born in 1948 as the second born of Late Zakayo Kabuthu and Hannah Wambui. He received modest education at Ihithe Primary school between the years 1955 and 1962 and later joined Gathuthi Intermediate School in Nyeri County.

 

In 1964 he joined Ralph Banchy Academy. On completion of his studies, he joined teaching profession and was posted to St. Peter Clavers School in Nairobi where he taught for a period of two years and was later transferred to Kibera DEB Primary School.

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Apostalic Succession:

African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (A.I.P.C.A) draws its apostolic succession through Archbishop William Daniel Alexander of African Orthodox Church Africa, of South Africa.

 

Archbishop William Daniel Alexander was consecrated by George Alexander McGuire (Alexander I) on September 11th 1927. This consecration placed him in the apostolic succession.

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AIPCA and the Kikuyu Nationalist Movements

AIPCA and the Kikuyu Nationalist Movements

The origins and development of the AIPCA are closely linked up with the nationalist movements that flourished among the Gikuyu especially from 1921. These developments were part of the wider political reaction among the people of Kenya which was in response to the intensification of various colonialist vexations especially between 1915 and 1921.

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