The embattled former catholic priest and also the director Mamre prayer centre Janda Namugongo Rev. Father Jacinto Kibuuka earned big on the Sunday afternoon after he was elevated to the position of Bishop.

Kibuuka was elected and elevated to Bishop by the presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Orthodox Catholic church Patrica Jerold Gliege from Canada Saskatoon a church that him and the other controversial and expelled priests from the catholic and Orthodox Church are attached to hence making him the second bishop in Uganda, the first one being Bishop Tom Kiiza.

Bishop Jerold who was welcomed by a mammoth of believers at Mamre prayer centre also issued a certificate of membership to the same prayer centre and sanctified that same place into an international holy and prayer center.

Speaking to this website Father Kibuuka said that this religion is one of the 32 rights in the Catholic Church and it belongs to the Eastern Church.

He also promised to work hard to spread this new church throughout the country, guide the priests and also pray for the congregation irrespective of their spiritual background.

On the same event Minister without portfolio Hajji Abdul  Naduli appealed to leaders of various religion not fight each other but rather concentrate on preaching the gospel of God  since nobody has monopoly over religion.

He added that the NRM government was ushered into power to protect people’s freedom and one of them being freedom of worship thus imploring the public to love one another.

Meanwhile the state minister for primary education and wakiso women MP Rose mary Sseninde appealed to the public to educate their children, commit them to God’s hands and also find time to teach them their responsibilities since they are the hope of the country.

Others in attendance were Father Musaala, Byansi, Sonko and the senior presidential advisor on Media Joseph Tamale Mirundi who applauded Father Kibuuka and his colleagues for staying to God’s cause.


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