12th September 2018. The newly appointed Papal Delegate to south Sudan visits Tombura Yambio Catholic Diocese in solidarity for the commemoration of the 4th anniversary of Late Titarani Bishop Joseph Gasi Abangite in the Diocese.
Speaking upon his arrival at St. Mary Catholic Parish Monsignor Mark Kadima says his main mission in south Sudan is to bring up new Bishops to other Dioceses with no Bishops.
He added that his second mission in south Sudan is to build an apostolic Nunciature where the Nuncio will be staying because Pope is willing to visits south Sudan.
The Msgr. thaned the people of south Sudan for their generosity and asks them to stop fighting and embrace the spirit of love and unity in the country.
Before Monsignor Mark Kadima was appointed to south Sudan he has been assigned on different diplomatic missions of the Vatican in many different Countries around the world like Cameroon, Columbia, Ghana, Angola, Greece and Bangladesh.
He was welcomed by the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Tambura-Yambio Bishop Barani Eduardo Hiiboro Kusala on Tuesday in Yambio.