What does ZHS stand for?
ZHS stands for Zambia Helpers Society
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Comments by people like Chileya are Deceitful, Chileya is a misfit who misrepresents the catholics. Chileya would do anything for money. The facts are that the trustees who disposed Milingo’s personal properties did it for material benefit to themselves. They have been and are still receiving money from the Italian donors using the name of Milingo, for their personal use-you confirm this by asking for audited accounts of the Zambia Helpers Society.
Within two years he spoke and read English and Chewa and was ready for further education. Until 1958 he attended seminaries in Nyasaland (now Malawi). Then he served as a parish priest from 1958 to 1965, with a two-year hiatus in which he obtained diplomas in sociology in Rome and education in Dublin. In 1965, Milingo went to Lusaka as an assistant for communications to the Zambian bishop's conference, and his radio ministry made him a popular national figure. He also started the Zambia Helper's Society.
According to a statement of claim filed in the Lusaka High Court yesterday, Archbishop Milingo also wants the court to restore him to his position and status in Zambia Helpers Society. He also wants the court to order that his personal property be restored back into his name. Archbishop Milingo also wants the court to order the amendment of records at the Registrar of Societies and any other office.