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Musonda Trevor Selwyn Mwamba (born 1958), known as Trevor Mwamba, is a Botswana Anglican bishop. He was consecrated Bishop of Botswana on 6 February 2005. He tendered his resignation as Bishop of Botswana on 30 September 2012 – the day on which Botswana marks the anniversary of its independence from Britain. His successor was consecrated on 14 July 2013.

In March 2013 he rook up the post of Team Rector of Barking in the Church of England. On 9 November 2013 he was made assistant bishop in the Diocese of Chelmsford.

He made a cameo appearance on the third episode of the HBO and BBC co-produced miniseries The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. He appears in the episode entitled "Poison" as himself thanking members of the business community of Gaborone for their donations to the fictional orphanage portrayed in the series.

He was made a deacon at Petertide 1984 (1 July) by Mark Santer, Bishop of Kensington (by letters dimissory from Leonard Mwenda, Bishop of Lusaka), at St Luke's, Chelsea, Greater London and served briefly as curate of All Saints, Notting Hill. He left the UK in 1985 to become Rector of Luanshya and Vocations Director for Central Zambia, and ordained a priest that year.


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