Posthumous honors don’t carry any weight


President of the Elohim Theological College and Seminary has advised against honoring people when they are dead.

He questions the essence of such especially among the religious organizations.

“People should be honored when they are still living and can enjoy the honor and be spurred on to do more for the benefit of mankind”, he explained to’s Bernard Buachi.

Bishop Dr. Aburam Anoff Snr. stated emphatically that the Elohim Theological College will never honor anybody posthumously but will rather want to do such honors whiles the person lives on and can appreciate it and make further impact.

“This forms one of the foundations of our organization and the day we honor someone posthumously is the day Elohim Theological College collapses”, he stated.

The Elohim Theological College and Seminary is an educational Initiative of United Clergy International Association started in August 2013. The seminary comprises five schools namely; School of theology and Missions, School of Prophetic Studies, School of Courtship, Marriage and Family life, School of Apostolic and Episcopal Studies and School of Institutional Chaplaincy.

By Bernard Buachi/

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