Their names are Giresse Mata Manzala, Roger Nzambiwisi Ndonga, and Henri Tshetshe Ngoy Ngoy. They were ordained for Michael Deppner’s District Apostle Area. The ordination took place on 16 July in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Giresse Mata Manzala was born in 1984 and became New Apostolic when he was three years old. He is a dentist and has three children with his wife, Falone Lawu Nzumba. He received his first ministry in 2001 and most recently served in the priestly ministry. Following a restructuring of the Apostle Areas in the capital Kinshasa, he has been entrusted with Kinshasa-Est.
Apostle Henri Tshetshe Ngoy Ngoy (1974) will also be responsible for an Apostle Area in Kinshasa. He received his first ministerial commission in 1992. In 2017, he was ordained as a Shepherd and since 2020 he has served as a district rector. He works as a manager in a metals company. He and his wife, Solange Ndoyene Mukome, have three children.
Apostle Roger Nambiwisi Ndonga’s new working area is about six and a half hours away by car. He takes over the Bandundu Centre-Kissunzu Apostle Area. He has served as district rector there since April 2022. Born in 1972, Apostle Ndonga has been New Apostolic since 1990. He has held a ministry since 2001. The laboratory technician is married to Bienvenue Luyinda Kihosa, with whom he has six children.