Kadaga Advises Leaders to Work Hard, Use Time Effectively

Kadaga Advises Leaders to Work Hard, Use Time Effectively

Kadaga advises leaders to work hard, use time effectively By Parliament Press The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has commended young entrepreneurs for setting the investment stage for their peers to pick up, especially those promoting regional integration through trade across the region. Speaking at the 20th National Prayer Breakfast held at Hotel Africana on Monday, 8 October 2018, Kadaga singled out Jumbo Mandela and Ahmed Ntale who have set up factories and are providing…

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Parliament to host 20th National Prayer Breakfast

Parliament to host 20th National Prayer Breakfast

PARLIAMENT TO HOST 20TH NATIONAL PRAYER BREAKFAST The Parliament, will next week host the 20th National Prayer Breakfast to pray for the country and renew people’s commitment to God. The National Prayer Breakfast, which has been organised by the Parliament of Uganda since 1991, is an annual event held on 8 October, ahead of the country’s Independence Day celebrations the following day. It is also the day when Uganda’s 1995 Constitution was promulgated. Addressing media…

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Religious Leaders Determined to End HIV

Religious Leaders Determined to End HIV

Religious Leaders determined to End HIV in The Country. By Chimpo Brenda It is said to be chewing many Ugandans as well as Non Ugandans, its not discriminating young and Old its now time for the flock to follow the advice from clergy. The Inter Religious Council of Uganda is determined to involve men, women and children in fighting HIV and AIDS as a public health threat says PR.DR. Daniel Matte the Archbishop Seventh day…

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Church House Ready for Occupancy

Church House Ready for Occupancy

Church House Ready for Occupancy By Damba Rogers . The Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, received a completed Church House on Thursday, 14th June, during the handover ceremony with Cementers, the building’s Contractor. He declared, “He who began this good work is the One who has brought it to completion,” citing the Bible verse from Philippians 1.6 in his remarks. Church House is a 16-floor commercial office building located on…

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Museveni Pledges Support to Anglican Shrine

Museveni Pledges Support to Anglican Shrine

By URN. President Yoweri Museveni has pledged to extend financial support to the Church of Uganda to improve the state of the martyrs’ site at Nakiyanja -Namugongo. The President was speaking to thousands of Christians gathered at Nakiyanja to celebrate the 46 Martyrs that were killed 132 years ago. “We are going to develop this place, at the martyrs museum we extended a lot of support and we are continuing. It is sloppy and slippery…

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Security Tight As Muslims Honour Martyrs

By URN. There is heavy deployment of the police and military deployment at the Namugongo Muslim Shrine as Muslims remember the Martyrs. All the people who are entering the Muslim shrine are being subjected to thoroughly checking as more than 30 armed police officers and UPDF soldiers patrol the shrine. The celebrations started with Juma prayers with more than 500 Muslims in attendance. Hajji Suleiman Musana, the Coordinator of Uganda Martyrs Celebrations this year says…

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Dr. Sserwada In Demo Over Marriage Law :

Dr. Sserwada In Demo Over Marriage Law :

DR. SERWADDA IN DEMO OVER MARRIAGE LAW: By Tusiime Apollo. The leader of the Born-again faith in Uganda Presiding Apostle Dr. Joseph Serwadda is holding a one-man demonstration protesting provisions in the law relating to marriage in Uganda, which he says are backward and irresponsible. In an exclusive interview held in his office in Kampala, Dr. Serwadda expressed objection against  provisions in the Marriage Act that require marriage ceremonies under Church marriage to only be…

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Church Calls For Respect Among Ugandans

Church  Calls For Respect Among Ugandans

As Christians gear up for Easter, the archbishop of the church of Uganda, His Grace Stanley Ntagali is calling upon all Ugandans to fully respect the right to life as it was preached by Jesus.Currently in Uganda, people seem no longer to respect lives, as witnessed in the continued deadly murders across the country, which now total to over 20 with the recent being the Magara murder. Giving his Easter message at the provincial offices…

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