Dr Lydia Meshoe, wife of ACDP president, ‘gone home to be with the Lord’

ACDP first couple, Dr Lydia Meshoe and Rev Kenneth Meshoe (PHOTO: Facebook)

Dr Lydia Meshoe, wife of ACDP president Rev Kenneth Meshoe passed away today after a short illness.

In a media release, ACDP Wayne Thring MP, says: “It is with great sadness that the NEC informs you that our first lady, Dr Lydia Meshoe, has gone home to be with the Lord.

“Dr Lydia Meshoe served the ACDP with excellence as the founder and president of the Women of Destiny, as an NEC member, as the provincial leader of Gauteng and a member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature.

“As a true Proverbs 31 Woman, Ma Lydia set an example to the women of South Africa in the way in which she served and supported our president, Rev Kenneth Meshoe since the inception of the ACDP in 1993. She fought the good fight and finished the race while keeping the faith.

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“As the president of the Women of Destiny, she played a major role in empowering and uplifting women across South Africa.

We send our prayers and heartfelt condolences to the ACDP president, Rev Kenneth Meshoe and his family, and encourage ACDP structures to lift the family up in prayer during this time of bereavement.

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.” — Psalm 116:15

Message from ACDP vice president Wayne Thring
Message from the Meshoe Family

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  1. She was a great lady and will be sorely missed. May the Lord comfort Rev Kenneth Meshoe and the Meshoe family at this sad time.