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Mathias Kalemba, dear Saint Mulumba
Brave Champion of faith for all Africa
Our Patron art thou do pray for your Knights
Your faith and courage to emulate.

With four limbs chopped off, you still derided
And strongly disdained satanic fury
You lingered limbless Thursday thro’ Sunday
To God your soul then commended.

Katonda Katonda, to you oh my God
This day now I come, from torture and pain
Grant everlasting and blissful reward
For death is the only gate to life eternal.

Dear Patron Saint Mulumba, nurture Nigeria
Christ’s banner to raise and charity spread
From sapling to Iroko our faith shall grow
May we evangelize more by deeds than mere words, Amen.

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Late Rev. Mosignor Nathaniel C. Obiagba (Immediate Past Supreme Chaplain of The Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria)
Late Mosignor's remains in church for the funeral mass
Archbishop Valerian M. Okeke (Archbishop of Onitsha Archdiocese) processing past the coffin for the funeral mass
The Supreme Officers during the funeral mass 1
The Supreme Officers during the funeral mass 2
The Supreme Officers paying their last respect
Mosignor Pius Kii (Supreme Chaplain) and other clergies performing the ashes to ashes, dust to dust
The Supreme Knight performing the ashes to ashes, dust to dust
The Supreme Chaplain and the Supreme PRO exchanging greetings during the funeral
The Supreme Knight, Noble President and the Other Supreme Officers after the burial
L-R: The Past Supreme Knight, Supreme Knight, Noble President and Deputy Supreme Knight after the burial

History of Knights of St Mulumba in Nigeria

The Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba (KSM) was established in Nigeria on June 14, 1953 by Late Reverend Father Abraham Anselm Isidahome  Ojefua; a Priest and Monk from Illah Monastery in present day Delta state and modelled after the...

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KSM Nigeria Membership

Only practicing catholic men and their wives are admitted. Membership spans all cadres of professionals such as Government Administrative Officers, Teachers, Lawyers, Businessmen, Professors, Engineers, Bankers, Doctors and ...

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