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Rubaga Cathedral to hold Prayers for Bobi wine

by James Ateenyi
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In Uganda’s politics its inappropriate for the religious community heads to indulge themselves in politics of the country, its has been seen that any attempt by religious leaders to criticize the government, Kasule lumumba and other government personnel come out to strongly condemn and tell religious leaders to mind their own business.

But as we are speaking now there’s  a wind of change sweeping across the country, many political  changes have been witnessed since the coming of Bobi wine into political arena and the resignation of the Father of Opposition Dr Besigye a key icon in Uganda’s liberation from the regime they occasionally refer to as being led by a corrupt and power hungry dictator.

By the end of Yesterday family and friends as well as fans of Bobi wine had an arrangement to hold church services to pray for the well being and immediate release of Hon Kyagulanyi from army barracks from Makindye.

Those to attend the service are expected to reach at 12 pm and later hold the service at 1 pm, this is to be hold regularly every day until the Kyadondo East MP is safe and sound. Rubaga Cathedral services to be led by Fr. Joseph Mary Bbuye after requesting permission from  Bishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.

Arrangements to hold services by other churches such as Watoto church and pastor Bugembe church at Nansana have been scheduled and the time table will be released by the ministers in these listed churches.

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Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga who is Kyagulanyi’s  shepherd showed his grievances on the brutal arrest of the Honorable during his memorial service for St. Mary’s Kisubi saint. He said that he had written to the government and the army to allow him to safely visit and pray for his sheep Bobi wine .


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