Kigezi Diocese has banned the drinking of locally made brew known in the region as ‘Enturire, viagra 40mg http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/comments.php ” by the clergy.
The Bishop of Kigezi Rt. Rev. George Bagamuhunda in an exclusive interview with Chimpreports at his offices in Rugarama, http://conversionxl.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php said that the Church leadership in the region was grappling with the increasing number of priests taking the local brew.
Enturire is a type of fermented porridge made especially from millet or sorghum and often sweetened with honey. Although it is considered a conventional drink in the area, http://citrusresearch.org/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php scientists have found it with high concentrations of alcohols (4.5%).
Bishop Bagamuhunda said that following the diocesan synod that sat last week, it was discovered that several members of the clergy were becoming drunkards and indulging in ungodly acts after taking Enturire.
The synod he said, resolved that members of the clergy must not drink the local brew anymore. He advised them to resort to other brews such as Obushera.
The Bishop noted that some church leaders would sometimes be found in bars drinking Enturire. Anyone found in this act again he said, will be punished in accordance with Church laws.