Pastor Robert Kayanja urged Christians to take part in the daily business of the country to make it want they want it to be. He said as born agains, they are to inject themselves into the country system to contribute more to its development.
"We are to be vigilant, we will look out for the corrupt and report them to both God and Edith Nakalema of the State House Anti-Corruption Unit," he said.
He further urged Christians to eliminate vices in their communities like alcohol abuse and drug addiction by preaching to the victims the word of God.
He further urged Christians to regularly go to church adding that those that miss church services miss out on the important gospel that corresponds with their lives.
"There are 52 Sundays in a year for one to attend but some people miss out some. Abraham and Peter were very rich men but still were men of God and gave time to him," he preached.
He proclaimed prosperity onto Ugandans adding that those that do not have children are to get twins and many are to become rich.
He, therefore, asked Christians to pray as they work hard in order to become landlords with everlasting wealth.