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Gunfire as Youth try to Free Jailed ‘Armed Robber’

Savanna Regional Police spokesperson Lamech Kigozi confirmed the incident

The Archbishop of Kampala Diocese Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has called upon Ugandans to embrace peace and unity if they are to develop Uganda.

In a joint service held to commemorate Good Friday by all Christian religious organisations held at Nakivubo stadium, pharmacy http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/emails/admin-new-order.php the Archbishop who was the chief preacher remarked that the increase of immoral acts in the country is a result of lack of faith and peace.

“Thank you for loving our Lord Jesus Christ; we need to love each other because our fingers were created differently with each signifying a different sign of peace. Our lord Jesus Christ loves peace and that is why he promoted it even through his teachings, prescription ” remarked Kizito.

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He warned against “bitterness of hearts” and rivalry which he said leads to violence.

He further called upon the Ugandan government to do whatever is possible to improve the quality of education across the country to empower all Ugandans to compete favourably for economic opportunities.

Kizito further advised Christians to renew their faith during the Easter season.

Rt Rev Stanley Ntagali being welecomed by Rev Fr Mutalagwe from the Orthodox church

Rt Rev Stanley Ntagali being welecomed by Rev Fr Mutalagwe from the Orthodox church

“Jesus Christ rose from the dead for you. Now is the time to redeem yourselves, pills ” he advised.

The Chairman of Uganda Joint Christian Council, Rev Stanley Ntagali, praised the believers’ determination and willingness to travel long distances to partake in Good Friday’s commemoration festivals.

“Moving together with the cross of Jesus Christ is a true demonstration of faith, so let’s promote peace in our country although it’s one of the rare things,” added Ntagali

Ntagali wished all Christians a happy Easter filled with joy.

The prayers were embraced by the Bishop of Namirembe Rt Rev Kityo Luwalira, Rev Fr. Charalambos Mutalagwe, the Vicar General of Uganda Orthodox Church who represented Kampala Metropolitan and Yona Lwanga; politicians and dignitaries from the Buganda government.

Mutalagwe leading his group in carrying the cross of Jesus Christ

Mutalagwe leading his group in carrying the cross of Jesus Christ

Sniffer dogs have been rolled out to beef up security in public places

Sniffer dogs have been rolled out to beef up security in public places


The Archbishop of Kampala Diocese Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has called upon Ugandans to embrace peace and unity if they are to develop Uganda.

In a joint service held to commemorate Good Friday by all Christian religious organisations held at Nakivubo stadium, about it http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/genericons.php the Archbishop who was the chief preacher remarked that the increase of immoral acts in the country is a result of lack of faith and peace.

“Thank you for loving our Lord Jesus Christ; we need to love each other because our fingers were created differently with each signifying a different sign of peace. Our lord Jesus Christ loves peace and that is why he promoted it even through his teachings, information pills ” remarked Kizito.

He warned against “bitterness of hearts” and rivalry which he said leads to violence.

He further called upon the Ugandan government to do whatever is possible to improve the quality of education across the country to empower all Ugandans to compete favourably for economic opportunities.

Kizito further advised Christians to renew their faith during the Easter season.

Rt Rev Stanley Ntagali being welecomed by Rev Fr Mutalagwe from the Orthodox church

Rt Rev Stanley Ntagali being welecomed by Rev Fr Mutalagwe from the Orthodox church

“Jesus Christ rose from the dead for you. Now is the time to redeem yourselves,” he advised.

The Chairman of Uganda Joint Christian Council, Rev Stanley Ntagali, praised the believers’ determination and willingness to travel long distances to partake in Good Friday’s commemoration festivals.

“Moving together with the cross of Jesus Christ is a true demonstration of faith, so let’s promote peace in our country although it’s one of the rare things,” added Ntagali

Ntagali wished all Christians a happy Easter filled with joy.

The prayers were embraced by the Bishop of Namirembe Rt Rev Kityo Luwalira, Rev Fr. Charalambos Mutalagwe, the Vicar General of Uganda Orthodox Church who represented Kampala Metropolitan and Yona Lwanga; politicians and dignitaries from the Buganda government.

Mutalagwe leading his group in carrying the cross of Jesus Christ

Mutalagwe leading his group in carrying the cross of Jesus Christ

Sniffer dogs have been rolled out to beef up security in public places

Sniffer dogs have been rolled out to beef up security in public places


At least 35 people have been arrested for reportedly attacking a police station where a suspected armed robber was being detained, cheap http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-term.php Chimp Corps report.

This occurred on Friday at Luwero Police Station where a one Abdul Karim Senyimba had been kept in custody on charges of assault and robbery among others.

It is understood the youth intended to facilitate the suspect’s escape from the detention centre.

Savannah Region Police spokesperson, more about http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-includes/simplepie/exception.php Lamech Kigozi narrated the ordeal:

“It was around 10:00am today when youth from Kasana attacked the police station claiming that Senyimba, look http://cellar433.com/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php who happens to be the leader of their group named B13, was wrongfully detained.

They tried to force their way inside the police station, compelling cops to fire in the air.

Some of these people were arrested and are currently at Luwero police station.

We have been following the activities of the group which Senyimba seems to head and discovered they carry out highway robberies along Gulu road.

But area residents keep on siding with him because he was born from the same area.

We have him here at Luwero station to explain why he is in illegal possession of a fire arm.”

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