order http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>According to eyewitnesses, http://comefare.com/wp-includes/template-loader.php chaos erupted when Musasizi attempted to explain the Kyankwazi NRM Caucus resolutions to Christians and as to why they decided to front President Museveni as the sole party flag bearer for the National Resistance Movement party.
“The moment he mentioned ‘Kyankwanzi’, people started shouting at the top of their voices swearing to deal with him ruthlessly,” an eyewitness said.
Rev. Fr. Alphonse Mbabazi who was leading the service asked the legislator to clarify on non NRM constituencies including Kabale Municipality but Musasizi remained tight-lipped which tripled the Christians’ anger.
“The now rowdy believers including Fr. Mbabazi started accusing politicians of barring them from discussing politics castigating them not to step foot in the holy places.”
The man of God, continues the source, explained that the church cannot keep away from talking about bad leadership in the country yet the people they normally preach to can’t access health services, education which is due to corruption.
Mbabazi vowed to remain open to all political leaders about the nature of the country and appealed to all religious leaders to join the same crusade in order to resurrect Uganda.
Trouble started earlier this week when Rubanda West legislator, Henry Banyenzaki, blasted religious leaders for abandoning their core role of preaching gospel and turning into politicians.
Banyenzaki who also doubles as the minister for Economic Monitoring in the Office of the President accused religious leaders of sabotaging government programmes after taking to politics.
Kabale district NRM Members of Parliament are traversing their constituencies in a bid to popularise the Kyankwanzi resolution of backing President Museveni as the flag bearer for the party in the forthcoming 2016 general elections.