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“I have heard very few but very loud voices whose effect is to promote disunity,” he said. “I take this occasion to remind you of where we came from and you have nothing to lose in being united.”
Mbabazi was fundraising for the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church, Kikajjo zone, Kabojja in Rubaga Division on Saturday.
Mbabazi did not mention names of people promoting disunity but his remarks come against the backdrop of reports that he fell out with President Museveni over his presidential ambitions.
Youth who came out to back Mbabazi for president have since been arrested on charges of bribery and abuse of office.
Mbabazi has for last few months been struggling to convince the public that he is in good books of the NRM party chairman.
Insiders tell Chimpreports that Museveni was not impressed by activities of Mbabazi’s loyalists which he once described as “subversive.”
Mbabazi’s wife recently attacked the NRM of maliciously targeting her husband, saying Mbabazi is a victim of some security officials’ machinations.
Speaking in Rubaga, Mbabazi did not elaborate on how the country would be plunged into chaos.
He contributed Shs 15m, including his personal donation of Shs 5m towards the cost of buying land for the church.
According to its pastor, Jimmy Kaaya the church has been renting premises in Kabojja for the past 20 years. At least Shs 75m was required to buy land in the area for construction of the church building.
Mbabazi said the NRM government was committed to total transformation of the country in partnership with religious institutions, hailing them for their focused leadership.
“We are trying to make it possible for people to transform and have a better life tomorrow than they had yesterday,” Mbabazi said. “If it was not the church you would not be seeing the man standing before you today.”
Kaaya condemned gay practices, commending the government for enacting the Anti-Homosexuality Act which President Yoweri Museveni assented to on February 24 this year.
Mbabazi later attended a wedding ceremony for Yusuf Kayiwa, a Kampala-based web applications developer, to Martha Karungi at Watoto Church Central in Kampala. The couple was due to treat guests to a grand reception at Arirang Hotel, Nakasero.
At a separate function, Mbabazi received a group of student leaders from Kigezi High School, Kabale led by their deputy Head teacher, Edison Bakiga. In the meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office they discussed a wide range of issues pertaining to the development of their school.