FR. Kibuuka rallies Ugandans on local council elections.

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By Ronald Kabuye
The Bishop elect for central and eastern uganda in the Antioch church also best known as the evangelical Oarthdox Catholic Church Reverend father Jacinto Kibuuka has rallied all Ugandans above the age of 18 years to fully participate in electing for their local council one leaders slated for the 21st of November.
Father Kibuuka who is awaiting his consecration as a full Bishop on the 12th of November at Mamre prayer centre international Janda Namugongo, said that LC1 establishment is very vital in bringing about harmony, peace, stability and justice in the community since its the leaders from the community that best understand issues of the area.
He however appealed to the public to elect for sober, responsible, selfless and worthy people whose main priority is serving the community not their own interests.
Meawhile all is set for the first ever synod of bishops in the Antioch church on the African continent which is slated on Sunday 05th November.
The synod which will attract over 40 bishops and 100 visitors across the globe shall be opened by the speaker of parliament Rt Hon Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga and many other government officials will take part in it.
The synod’ main objective is to chat a way forward of strengthening and widening the Antioch church especially on the African continent amongst other things.
Meanwhile Mamre prayer centre international publicist Mary Kyomugisha before unveiling the programme, she appealed to the public to join their church in seeking for God and redeem themselves from bondage.
The programme for the Bishops’ synod will run from 05-08th of November as dates for deliberations, discussions, from 8th-11th they will be touring different parts of the country which will be led by tourism ministry, 12th will be father Jacinto Kibuuka’ consecration as a full Bishop for Central and Eastern Uganda, 18th will be the Mamre day for rejoicing and 25th the same month will be the month’s super night.

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