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Archbishop Lwanga excites guests

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th October 2013 10:43 PM

The Archbishop of Kampala, Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga Thursday excited guests at the Germany National day celebrations in Kololo when he moved around greeting, shaking hands, posing for photographs and cracking jokes.

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The Archbishop of Kampala, Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga Thursday excited guests at the Germany National day celebrations in Kololo when he moved around greeting, shaking hands, posing for photographs and cracking jokes.

By Eddie Ssejjoba        

The Archbishop of Kampala, Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga Thursday excited guests at the Germany National day celebrations in Kololo when he moved around greeting, shaking hands, posing for photographs and cracking jokes.

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Archbishop Cyprian kizito Lwanga poses for a photo with state minister for economic monitoring office of the President, Henry Banyenzaki. Right is Vincent Tumusiime, Ag director in the directorate of economic affairs in the office of the president. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

The Archbishop, accompanied by Brother Innocent and Rev. Fr. Lawrence Mutikka Mutebi arrived a few minutes after the official toast by the Germany ambassador in Uganda, Klaus Dieter Duxmann and the State Minister for regional corporation, Asuman Kiyingi.

After greeting the Ambassador, the jolly Archbishop moved to the audience and greeted almost everyone, finding them at their tables and posing for photographs with them.

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Josephine Birungi shows the Archbishop a photo she had taken of him as her husband, Dr. Alfred Kinzelbach, regional coordinator of Malteser International  looks on. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

Most guests who had not expected the ‘big guest’ to show such courtesy grabbed the opportunity to pose for photographs with him using personal cameras and phones, including state minister for economic monitoring, Henry Banyenzaki and Bukoto South MP Mathias Nsubuga.

The Ambassador said that Germany has committed 119.5m Euros as a non-repayable grant for the period of 2013 to 2015 to be invested in three local sectors of cooperation. These include sanitation, renewable energies and energy efficiency as well as financial systems development.

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Bukoto South MP Mathias Nsubuga introduces his friends to the Archibishop at the Germany National Day celebrations. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

“By continuing to invest in modern technologies we aim to further improve access to electricity and safe water,” he said, adding that the Germany government owned bank Kfw and its daughter company DEG had provided US$60m to the Bujagali hydropower plant. 

Archbishop Lwanga excites guests

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