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Cardinal Commends Katale Christians over development

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 23rd June 2017 12:32 PM

The function was attended by the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Dr Louis Kasekende. The event was also graced by several business practitioners.

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Central Bank Deputy Governor, Dr Louis Kasekende chats with Emmanuel Cardinal Dr Wamala during the function. Photos by Mathias Mazinga

The function was attended by the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Dr Louis Kasekende. The event was also graced by several business practitioners.

Christians of Saint Peter and Paul Catholic Sub-parish, Katale (in Wakiso district) last night (Thursday, June 22) held a networking dinner at Hotel Africana, during which they raised about sh50m towards the construction of their proposed sh2bn church.

The function was attended by the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Dr Louis Kasekende. The event was also graced by several business practitioners.

 n artistic impression of t eter and aul atholic hurch atale An artistic impression of St Peter and Paul Catholic Church Katale.

 
Emmanuel Cardinal Dr Wamala, who was the Guest of Honour at the function, commended the Christians of Katale Catholic Parish, for providing a net-working platform for the Church and the business community.

Dr Kasekende asked the Christian business practitioners to be ethical in their business dealings.

The Project Coordinator of Caritas, Richard Bugembe, asked business practitioners to work with the Church to promote development.

 r asekende delivers his speech Dr Kasekende delivers his speech

 

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 he  of alaysia urnishing entre ekaran ellasamy takes a selfie with ardinal r amala centre and r ianney ugabo during the fund The MD of Malaysia Furnishing Centre, Sekaran Vellasamy takes a selfie with Cardinal Dr Wamala centre and Fr Vianney Mugabo during the fund.

 

 aritas roject oordinator ichard ugembe delivers his lecture Caritas Project Coordinator Richard Bugembe delivers his lecture.

  

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