A group of about 120 pilgrims from neighbouring Kenya have gotten back on the road after spending a night at Rubaga Cathedral in Jinja.
A group of 300 pilgrims from the northern Uganda district of Lira is hoping to set foot in Kampala later on Saturday after camping overnight in Matugga.
Teams of New Vision reporters are on the trail with some of the pilgrims from the north, east and west. Take a look at the progress of the groups from Lira and Masaka . . .
A heavy afternoon downpour on Friday did well to leave a trail of destruction in its wake in many parts of Matugga town, but it was not enough to deter a group of pilgrims who have been trekking from Lira.
Trekking all the way from across the border, the team of nuns, brothers, sisters and the youth started their long exhausting journey on May 8.
Masaka diocese pilgrims set off from Kitovu at around 1:55am and reached Lukaya, their first stopover, at around 6:00am.
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A group of 300 pilgrims trekking from Lira district in northern Uganda has reached Matugga town on a quest to reach the martyrs’ shrine at Namugongo.
Masaka diocese pilgrims have started their great trek to Namugongo ahead of this year’s Uganda Martyr’s Day celebration.