As Christians across the world cerebrate good Friday today, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali has called on Ugandans to renounce what he called the growing culture of death in the country and embrace life.
In his message delivered yesterday at the Provincial Secretariat in Namirembe, archbishop Ntagali mentioned random killings saying they should stop. He said that the desire on the part of some government leaders and organizations to legalize abortion is also promoting a culture of death to the most vulnerable. The Archbishop said that if 80% of Ugandans who claim to be Christians renounced the culture of death and promoted life, then Uganda would be a very different place than it is today.
Mean time, the Bishop of the Diocese of Kigezi, Rt. Rev. George Bagamuhunda has condemned the rampant cases of kidnap across for ransom the country.
In his message delivered yesterday at the diocesan headquarters in Rugarama hill, Kabale Municipality, the Bishop asked all Ugandans to rethink, reform, condemn and pray against the heinous acts. Bagahuhunda called for apprehension of culprits and ensure justice prevails. He also asked Ugandans to be security cautious in the awake of rampant killings.
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