Head of the Kisenyi based Christianity Focus Centre Church and also member of the National Fellowship of Born again Christians Pr. David Kiganda has revealed that top on their agenda during the end of year prayers will be Kasese and Muslims.
Addressing journalists on Thursday at Nakivubo stadium, viagra buy http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-includes/kses.php Pr. Kiganda said that their eleventh national prayer day and night on December 31 will among other things include putting their Muslim brothers and sisters into God’s hands as they go through tough times.
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“Recently it was Sheikh Maj. Kiggundu and no one knows who would be next. Though we don’t know who these killers are, we need to ask God to intervene and these killings end.”
The Born again pastor said that their Muslim brothers and sisters like other people need to enjoy their country stressing the need to request for divine intervention.
On the morning of November 25, unknown gunmen shot dead Sheikh Maj. Mohammed Kiggundu, one of the former commanders of the rebel Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) at Masanafu, a Kampala suburb together with his bodyguard, Sgt. Steven Mukasa.
Other Muslim clerics shot dead in a similar manner include Sheikh Ductur Muwaya, Sheikh Mustafa Bayiga and Sheikh Hassan Kirya who were killed last year.
Pr. Kiganda also noted that the Kasese issue cannot go untouched during their end of year prayers in a bid to ask God to intervene in the area so that total peace prevails.
According to the man of God, all people who lost their lives during the violence ought to be prayed on top of asking God to ensure that similar incidents don’t happen in the future.
“Many families were left hopeless after the violence. Without looking at who the trouble causer was, we need to value their live and pray for the families and peace in Kasese,” Kiganda noted.
On November 27,a joint operation between the UPDF and police over run the Obusinga bwa Rwenzururu Buhikira palace in Kasese leading to killing of many royal guards as well as arresting the Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere.
Earlier, 16 policemen had been also killed by the Obusinga royal guards at various police stations in Kasese district.
Kiganda said that during the end of year prayers, they would also pray for the severe drought in various parts of the country as well as the struggling economy.
“We need to thank God for what He has done for us in this year before tabling to Him our plans in the forthcoming year,” he added.
The man of God who boasted of bringing together many people during such activities however urged government to always include them (churches) in its programs that would see people get out of poverty.