|Professor Clyde Rivers and Dr. Kenneth Kaunda|
Zambia, Africa - January 2017: iChange Nations™ International Commissioner for Latin University of Theology, Professor Clyde Rivers, honored the first Republican President of Zambia Africa, Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda, by presenting him an honorary Doctorate in Societal Human Rights for his work to liberate the people of Africa from colonialism and for uniting his nation. Zambia has over 70 tribes and they are united to this day because of Dr. Kaunda’s efforts. He also served as the Chairman of the African Union and labored for peace on the continent of Africa. He received this honor in his home in Lusaka, Zambia.
Latin University of Theology has been operating for more than a decade and has graduated over 25,000 missionaries and ministers from the United States, Latin America, Europe and Africa. This distance-learning university is based out of Inglewood California. The university provides degrees in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, and Biblical Counseling. Dr. Manuel Tigerino is the Founder and President of Latin University of Theology.
“Latin University of Theology and Dr. Manuel Tigerino have a desire to see great individuals honored for their skills and philosophy,” Professor Rivers shared. “Their labors need to be awarded around the world. The world needs to learn of the great works of these individuals. For this reason, I have been given the honor of representing LUT, to bestow honor upon outstanding individuals. This is truly a privilege.”