October 25, 2020
October 25, 2020

President Museveni has no problem with religions, Minister Naduli scoffs at those fighting Bishop Kibuuka as Mamre turns 3 years in EOC.


The clergy posing for the photo with the minister without portfolio Alhaji Abdul Naduli and other guests for a group photo

By Kabuye Ronald

The minister without portfolio also responsible for national mobilization Alhaji Abdul Naduli has scoffed at those fighting and plotting to bring down the presiding Bishop for Evangelical Orthodox Church (EOC) that subscribes to the catholic eastern right Jacinto Kibuuka and the entire church.

Alhaji Abdul Nadduli who was the chief guest at the ordination of the new priests and celebration of the three years of Mamre International prayer Centre Namugongo Janda said that those with ill intentions against Bishop Kibuuka’s church will only succeed if Bishop Kibuuka abandons God who sent him to serve his people which he thinks Bishop Kibuuka will never do.

Nadduli said he decided to stand with Bishop Kibuuka amidst all kind of persecution after assessing that he was truly a man of God who tells and lives in truth and sticks and follows God’s principles hence his expulsion from Roman Catholic Church was informed by intrigue.

He also revealed that president Museveni has no problem with any religion so long as it sticks to God’s work and doesn’t involve its self in illegalities.

The newly ordained priests blessing Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka and Bishop Lwaka

On her part the Resident district commissioner RDC of Kibuuku district Juliet Najuma Ssenkole applauded EOC church for not only spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ but for also economically empowering the congregation especially the people of eastern region were EOC has numerous branches.

While narrating the three years journey in EOC, Bishop Kibuuka revealed that they have baptized over 10000 children, opened up 36 mission centers across the country and witnessed over 100 weddings.

The newly ordained priests dancing, singing for God for the achievement reached

“We thank God for whatever he has done for us. For we look at the past with gratitude, we look at the present with euphemism and confidently look at the future” said Bishop Kibuuka

Bishop Kibuuka also wished all Ugandans a happy Independence Day

“We praise and adore God for his divine security, providence and protection. I wish every one a happy Independence Day”

Bishop Jacinto Kibuuka while ordaining the new priests


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