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Kabaka Mutebi asks Ugandans to carry on the virtues of Lent

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 1st April 2018 07:11 PM

“The Lenten season has been a time of prayer and meditation, during which you have also been more committed to works of charity and piety. May your commitment to love and charity continue to prevail even after Lent,”Kabaka said.

Kabaka Mutebi asks Ugandans to carry on the virtues of Lent

“The Lenten season has been a time of prayer and meditation, during which you have also been more committed to works of charity and piety. May your commitment to love and charity continue to prevail even after Lent,”Kabaka said.

PIC: Bishop Kityo Luwalira(wearing a mitre) and Buganda Kingdom officials Nelson Kawalya and Patrick Mugumbule (right) sing the Buganda anthem during the Easter prayers at Namirembe Cathedral. (Mathias Mazinga)

EASTER SUNDAY


KAMPALA - The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, has sent a special Easter message to his subjects and all Ugandans.

The message was read for him by the speaker of the Buganda Lukiiko, Nelson Kawalya, during the Easter service at Namirembe Cathedral in Kampala.

In the message, the Kabaka congratulated Ugandans on completing the Lenten season, which has climaxed today, with the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

"The Lenten season has been a time of prayer and meditation, during which you have also been more committed to works of charity and piety. May your commitment to love and charity continue to prevail even after Lent,"Kabaka said.

He further called for a harmonious working relationship between the central government and the cultural leaders, to be able to identify and effectively solve the problems that affect the vulnerable people.

The Kabaka re-affirmed the commitment of his kingdom to improving the living conditions of the people, despite its meagre financial resources. He requested the central government to honour its financial commitments to the kingdom, to make the latter deliver the health, development and quality educational services that the people direly need.



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