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Christians brave rain for the way of the cross
Publish Date: Apr 18, 2014
Christians brave rain for the way of the cross
Archbishop Stanley Ntagali carries a cross
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By Henry Sekanjako

Christians have braved the Friday morning down pour to take part in the way of the cross walk.


Led by the Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga (Catholic) and the Archbishop Stanley Ntagali (Anglican), Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga of the Orthodox Church, the celebrants thronged Nakivubo stadium for joint prayers.

Politicians who joined the prayers included; former DP boss Paul Ssemogerere, UPC chief Dr. Olara Otunnu and MP Ssewungu among others.

Archbishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga carrying the cross followed by Christians. PHOTO/JULIET KASIRYE

 

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