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Archbishop Ntagali To Meet 100 Kigezi Diocese Petitioners

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viagra sale http://clearlakefestival.ca/wp-includes/registration-functions.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In an open letter dated 13th November 2013 and signed by the archbishop of the church of Uganda, purchase his grace Stanley Ntagali has called all the Christians that are opposed to the consecration of Bagamuhunda to meet him on 19th January 2014 at St Peters cathedral Rugarama.

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Ntagali has noted that “there is need to sit and talk as one family for unity and peace for the better of the church”.

“Blessed are the peace makers, for they shall be called sons of God (math.5:9)” reads the letter.

Ntagali will then dialogue with a group of about the 100 petitioners who vehemently refused to accept their new bishop, so as to forge a way forward.

This comes after Christians led by Skyluck Kagoma, rushed to constitutional court seeking for the cancellation of the election for the fifth bishop of the diocese of Kigezi claiming that his election was not free and fair.

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