The Church of Central Africa Presbytery (CCAP) has joined the battle against the continued abduction and killing of people with albinism in the country.
Blantyre Synod general secretary Reverend Alex Maulana said start this weekend, all CCAP churches would be preaching against the malpractice that has terrified the nation.
Maulana said as church they were currently working with law-enforcers to ensure that people with albinism are protected.
Meanwhile, churches in Ntchisi have been urged to take a leading role in protecting people with albinism.
In a letter addressed to all churches in the district, Officer in-Charge for Ntchisi Police, Assistant Commissioner Charles Kamzingeni has advised all church leaders to make sure that people with albinism are always protected in their localities.
Kamzingeni said he realizes the role churches play in disseminating information as it is where people come together, adding people with albinism are human being like any other person hence the need to protect them.
The officer In-Charge has also advised parents to make sure that children with albinism are always in company of their friends.
He also assured people in the district that police have intensified their operations to deal with all those involved in the abduction and killings of people with albinism.
The letter was read in all the churches and mosque in Ntchisi District.