By Ronald Kabuye
The Bishop for central and eastern provinces of Uganda in the Evangelical Orthodox Church EOC Jacinto Kibuuka has appealed to fellow religious leaders to stop politicking and showing their political affiliation as opposed to spreading the word of God and doing developmental projects that benefit the communities and do not catalyze wrangles and differences.
“we religious leaders should stop involving ourselves in politics, devil worshiping because politics is full of lies and once you choose to engage in the same you shall also become a lyer.
Let us concrete on spreading our religions and uphold our cardinal laws because that’s when God will truly bless and reward us but not through interpreting political laws, spreading political ideologies and showing our political affiliations” said Kibuuka
The charismatic Bishop made the remarks while opening up a school for orphans and less privileged in the names of St. Mary’s nursery and primary school at Maama Maria prayer centre in Kadama, Kagumu sub county Kibuuku District.
At the same event that was attended to by a momoth of jolly and hospitile people Bishop Kibuuka together with a team from mamre international prayer centre namugongo Janda donated a numerous scholastic materials, detergents, clothing, shoes to teachers, the 250 pupils in the school and the surrounding communities in addition to empowering this needy community with the mushroom growing project that is on going.
During the divine liturgy, Bishop Kibuuka baptized over 70 children and adults before conferring to them with the Sacramento of confirmation.
In the same way Rev. Father Innocent Rulangira presented Moses Lyomoki who also doubles as pastoral coordinator for the eastern province as one of the candidates for the permanent diacoans.
It should be noted that 18 years back the Roman Catholic Church discriminated and abandoned their then followers on the account of disobedience thus Bishop Kibuuka’s dismissal from the same church and his crossing to the eastern rite was nothing else but a blessing to the people of Kagumu.