30 years of excellent public service, Christine Kajumba retires with honor.


standing Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka, Christine Kajumba and Alfred Aliganyera during the divine liturgy. photo by Ronald Kabuye

By Ronald Kabuye
The public has been urged to emulate Madam Christine Kajumba, who has Retired as Senior Social development officer after Over 30 years of excellent and exemplary public services.
Speaking during her thanks giving divine liturgy held at Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka’ led Mamre International prayer centre Namugongo Janda, a function she also used to celebrate the award of hero’s national gold medal, Kajumba explained that it has not been an easy journey of her great services especially for the vulnerable children.
” I thank God who has enabled me complete my work in public service without any bad dent and for the gift of life He has granted me.
I have been through a lot including the three fatal accidents,  surgical operations and intensive care unit a numerous times.
I can only testify that my survival has been by God’s grace and mighty.
Work in public service has not been an easy journey since it involved a lot of services beyond self with lots of impromptu audits and investigations by both the auditor general and the Inspector General of Government IGG of which I always emerged clean.”  Said Kajumba.
Madam Kajumba also served on the board of National Children’s Council, she headed  Naguru Reception center which gives Residential care and Protection to Vulnerable Children and she was a facilitator of Para-Social workers and District Probation Officers in Child care and Protection,  all under the ministry of Gender Labor and social development.

On the same function Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka of the Evangelical Orthodox Church EOC under the Eastern Catholic rite urged the public to always be trustworthy and just in all their endeavors and hard workers.
” there is immense corruption, bribery and theft to the extent that these satanic acts are even in the religious institutions.
Christine Kajumba exhibits a great example to us of serving with integrity, just, trustworthy, love, patriotism and Hard work.
She has left public service without any bad dent on her that’s why we had to give thanks to God through this divine liturgy.” said Bishop Kibuuka
The function was also used to glorify God for the life of  doecan Emmanuel Kasule, miss Nakidde Diana who was imprisoned on falsehood but later released and all charges dropped, miss Namubiru Annet who graduated with  a bachelors degree in environmental health sciences, Noeline and Breandah’ academic achievement, Tyosn and Jennifer Oweyesigire and Tim and Erica Kimane successful weddings and  Mary Kyomugisha who survived a fatal accident

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