TOP
Thursday,October 01,2020 20:19 PM

News in brief...

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th September 2007 03:00 AM

Leaders get bicycles

RUKUNGIRI-The Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese, Dr. Edward Muhima, has given bicycles to 200 lay leaders to help them carry out their work. Handing over the bicycles at Kinyasaano Cathedral, Bishop Muhima, warned the beneficiaries against diverting the bicycles to

Leaders get bicycles

RUKUNGIRI-The Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese, Dr. Edward Muhima, has given bicycles to 200 lay leaders to help them carry out their work. Handing over the bicycles at Kinyasaano Cathedral, Bishop Muhima, warned the beneficiaries against diverting the bicycles to

Leaders get bicycles

RUKUNGIRI-The Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese, Dr. Edward Muhima, has given bicycles to 200 lay leaders to help them carry out their work. Handing over the bicycles at Kinyasaano Cathedral, Bishop Muhima, warned the beneficiaries against diverting the bicycles to ungodly work. “The vehicle President Museveni gave me during my consecration is used for God’s work. When I have my personal things, I use other means. I want you also to use these bicycles when you are doing God’s work.” The bicycles that cost about sh30m were donated by the Diocese of Winchester in England.


Fire kills two children

KAYUNGA-Two children were on Friday night burnt to death when a fire gutted their house while they were asleep. The incident took place at around mid-night at Nakyesa village in Kayonza sub-county. Their mother Janet Namaganda was not in the house. The district criminal investigations chief, Grant Tabo, identified the dead as Edmond Muwonge, 6, and Moses Lubega, 4, both children of Moses Muwonge. The fire is said to have been caused by a burning candle, which was left behind by their mother. The dead were taken to Kayunga Hospital mortuary for postmortems as investigations continue.

News in brief...

Related articles

More From The Author

More From The Author