ABOVE IS THE SENIOR PRESIDENTIAL ADVISOR ALHAJJI ABDU NADUULI MAKING HIS SPEECH AT NAMUGONGO LAST WEEK.
Hajji Naduuli,Bishop Kibuuka slam Dr.Lwanga over halting elections
By Our Reporter
The country has received with mixed reactions the recent remarks as made by the archbishop of the Catholic church Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga who reportedly proposed that the upcoming presidential elections should be suspended for three years and allow the sitting president to continue as Covid-19 situation is monitored.
Among them is the senior presidential advisor alhajji Abdu Naduuli who told Christians that turned up for the Christmas special service at the Evangelical Orthodox church Mamre prayer palace in Namugongo in Wakiso district.
Naduuli said that Dr.Lwanga’s message did not contain any biblical content or phrase and therefore was unacceptable to some of them as it illustrates that the clergy man has grown his body but with a young brain.
A cross section of the congregation that turned up for the Christmas mass at the Mamre prayer centre.
He said that the opinion must be subject to public discussion so that other Ugandans can react to It which has raised dust however in special way he urged the people of the area to vote for president Museveni for the continuity of the peace and tranquility the country enjoys today and used the opportunity to warn the youth against being used by selfish people who aim at derailing them from the right path of peace as it may be detrimental to them.
The Mamre prayer palace leader Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka regretted the message by Lwanga saying that he did not consult many people before coming out with that shocking and controversial message however he urged him to revisit the message and correct it because it had generated a lot of tensions among the population.
BISHOP JACINTO KIBUUKA SAYS DR.LWANGA SHOULD STAND BY THE CHURCH LINE.
Bishop Kibuuka wondered to what would happen to the political candidates that have spent a lot of money in the campaigns that are left with only three weeks to polling day saying the archbishop might have miscalculated his statements.
Turning to the Covid-19 cases that are on the increase he urged all people to ensure that they wear masks at all times, wash hands and observe the social distance as much as possible for their own survival less they risk falling victim to the deadly pandemic which continues claiming lives of both small and very high profile persons.
THE MEMBERS OF CLERGY ARE FLANKED BY ALHAJJI ABDU NADUULI IN WHITE KANZU.
The church board chairman Mr. Francis Xavier Bbosa in his remarks to the congregation thanked hajji Naduuli for standing out with them ever since they started the church four years ago saying he had been very instrumental in supporting them towards their efforts of raising funds to pay off the landlord.