Bishop Kibuuka, Odama invited for Peace talks.


By Ronald Kabuye
The Bishop for central and Eastern provinces of uganda in the evangelical orthodox Church (one holy Catholic Church) and a renowned charismatic Bishop Kibuuka Jacinto and the chairperson of the escopical conference arch-bishop John Baptist Odama together with other bishops have been invited to represent Uganda in the First Africa Summit for Peace, Security and Sustainable Development in Dakar Senegal.

The Africa Summit which is organized by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) and the International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace (IAPP) will commence on Wednesday 17th  January under the theme “New Africa: Interdependence, Co-Prosperity and Universal Values”.

The summit will serve as the framework to promote the ideals of peace, unity, solidarity and good governance advocated by the global movement of Ambassadors for Peace.
Bishop Kibuuka the leader of Mamre prayer center namugongo Janda who has for now years not met with archbishop Odama following his excommunicating from the Roman Catholic Church not only boarded the same plane but will also share the same platform while deliberating on peace, security and sustainable development.
Others invited for the peace summit include the mufti of Uganda Sheik Shaban Ramathan Mubajje,  the Kyabazinga of Busoga His highness William Gabula Nadiope , Archbishop Lwanga of worldwide Anglican church and bishop Bahemuka Hannington of bundibugyo
Before departing for the summit, Bishop Kibuuka said that he is privileged that he is going to deliberate on the things he has always advocated for throughout his life.
“Its hard to end my surmons without Emphasing the need for peace and sustainable development and I do this both verbally and practically, so getting such an invite to deliberate on the same at an international platform gives an honor and glorifies the name of God.” said  Kibuuka.


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