Kampala Archidiocese’ Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has expressed concern over the persistent drought and resultant hunger in many areas of the country.
Addressing believers during the Christmas service at Rubaga Cathedral church on Sunday, viagra approved http://centerpasutri.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php Archbishop Lwanga said it is saddening that many people continue to get affected by the drought which he said has been caused by the people themsleves.
“All these problems are caused by ourselves. Many people have continued to destroy the environment hence the drought,” Dr. Lwanga said.
The man of God however urged government to come in handy and help mobilise the public on the effects of destroying the environment as well as introducing tree saving technology.
“It would be good if we got other cooking alternatives other than firewood and charcoal. We should also plant more trees that would help modify climate, “he advised.
Archbishop Lwanga said that Christmas is a special day because it symbolises the love God has for human kind stressing that it shouldn’t be one for just merry making and feasting but also reflect on God’s love.
“God created us that we would not die. This was however broken by Adam and Eve but God cleared all this when He gave us Jesus to die for our sins.”
“We need to love each other like God does. Why would one kill, hate or insult each other? We need to leave as brothers and sisters. ”
Archbishop Lwanga said that 2017 was declared a year of the family stressing the need for parents to teach love to young ones right from home. He urged families to fight hard and reduce poverty.
On the Kasese violence, the man of God urged government to speed up investigations into the matter so that culprits are brought to book.
The Vice president Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi to work hard and conserve the environment in a bid to prevent drought.
The Christmas service at Rubaga Cathedral was also attended by Buganda Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga, Prince David Wasajja, Finance Minister Matia Kasaija, Higher education minister Dr. John Chrysestom Muyingo, UPC’s Dr. Olara Otunnu and many other dignitaries.