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Masaka Bishop Tells Voters To Shun Bribes

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th January 2001 03:00 AM

Masaka Catholic Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa has advised voters to avoid coercion and to refuse bribes from presidential and parliamentary candidates, writes Eddie Ssejjoba.

Masaka Catholic Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa has advised voters to avoid coercion and to refuse bribes from presidential and parliamentary candidates, writes Eddie Ssejjoba.

Masaka Catholic Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa has advised voters to avoid coercion and to refuse bribes from presidential and parliamentary candidates, writes Eddie Ssejjoba. Bishop Kaggwa was addressing pilgrims who attended Mass at the shrine of one of the Uganda Martyrs, Yoana Maria Muzeeyi, at Minziiro on the Uganda-Tanzania border. Believers from both countries attended. The bishop told the celebrants that they should exercise political maturity by choosing a leader of their choice. He said citizens had a right to independent political belief. He cautioned the people of Masaka to avoid violence during the campaigns and elections. He said acts like destroying or defacing posters should be avoided. He said intolerance of each other's views could result into violence and shading of blood. Ends

Masaka Bishop Tells Voters To Shun Bribes

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