The chairperson of IRCU council Sheikh Shaban Mubajje tasked the Commission to diligently and judiciously discharge their responsibilities for the common...
Kaziimba will be installed on March 1, taking the reins from Stanley Ntagali, who has been at the helm of the Anglican Church since 2012.
Ntagali told politicians to remain focused on God because leadership comes from God but not from bribing people.
Archbishop Ntagali said the future of the country and the Church depended on the youth, which was why the Church had no alternative but to sensitize and...
Archbishop Ntagali said he was happy to retire when he still has the energy and health to do his personal work.
The pilgrims started their journey from St Paul Cathedral, Namirembe, proceeding to the Archbishop's residence and will continue to Mucwini, Kitgum.
“The moment you are ordained, just know that there will be a time for retirement. If you do not plan for your retirement, do not blame the church saying...
It is better to retire when you’re still strong and energetic, that’s when you can become relevant for your family.
The pilgrimage is set to start on January 29 next year from Namirembe Diocese. It will end on February 14 in Mucwini, Kitgum district.
Ntagali visited the organisation’s headquarters in Nsambya on Wednesday morning.
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