Christians in Mbarara Archdiocese and the Catholic Church in Uganda as a whole are mourning the demise of Bishop Emeritus John Baptist Kakubi, online http://demamore.com/wp-content/themes/relia/inc/customizer/panel-blog.php who just passed away.
The 86 year old celebrated cleric in western Uganda breathed his last morning in Kampala.
Bishop Kakubi according to sources in the Catholic Church, visit this http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-includes/class-ixr.php has been battling hypertension at Kampala Hospital where he died this morning.
Born on September 23, check http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php back in 1929, Bishop Kakubi was the first African Bishop for Mbarara Diocese.
Throughout his life, he became a household name in the western region though his work as a church leader, a philanthropist, industrialist and educationist.
Bishop Kakubi served as a priest from 1960 to 1969 when he was ordained Bishop of Mbarara, a position he served until November 1991 when he retired.
By the time of his death, Kakubi was spending his retirement years at Kagongo Parish in Ibanda District.
Azam Uganda premier league secretariat has released the fixtures for the second round of the topflight league. According to the new schedule, sickness http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/genericons.php The league will kick off on Tuesday 23rd January with six games on cards.
Table leaders, KCCA FC have a daunting task to extend the lead with Vipers SC absent from the local action due to continental duty.
The Lugogo side will play URA FC at Nakivubo. The two played out a five goal thriller in the last games of first leg with the tax collectors picking the win.
Third placed Police fc will seek to maintain pressure in the top pack with a game against Lweza at home in Kavumba.
Vipers and SC villa, both of whom will still be locked up in Caf champions and confederations cup resume their second leg on Tuesday 1st March against Express FC and Simba FC respectively.
A total of twenty matches have been scheduled for live television coverage.
Tuesday 23 March fixture.
KCCA FC vs. URA FC -Nakivubo Stadium
Bright Stars FC vs. Maroons FC -CS – Matugga
Police FC vs. Lweza FC- Kavumba R.
JMC Hippos FC vs. SC VU Kakindu Stadium – Jinja
The Saints FC vs. BUL FC-
Sadolin Paints FC vs Soana FC – Bugembe Stadium – Jinja
26th February– Bul fc vs JMC Hippos- Kakindu
8th March– SCVilla vs KCCA FC -Nakivuubo
Express SC vs SC Villa -Wankulukuku
Sadolin vs Bul Fc -Bugembe.
10th May– Sadolin vs JMC Hippos -Bugembe
13th May– Express fc vs KCCA FC -Wankulukuku