[Anglican Communion News Service] The new archbishop of the Anglican Church of Burundi, the Most Rev. Martin Blaise Nyaboho, was installed on Aug. 22 at a service in which legal formalities were mixed with celebration. Nyaboho was elected as the fourth primate of the province in June. He succeeds Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi, who has retired after 11 years in the post.
During the service in Bujumbura’s Holy Trinity Cathedral, Ntahoturi summarized the history and the development of the Anglican Church of Burundi; and said that the growth of the church was due to Christians working together with God. “We did it together, and God was with us,” he said.