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Mesach Semakula to Quit Music Over Ill Health

Mesach (R) with Chimp Corp Larubi at UMA Show Grounds in Kampala on Saturday

Christians have been warned against neglecting their Lord in normal days and remembering him only during the festive season, page http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/post_footer/ten_set_vms_step2.php Chimp Corps report.

Leading the Easter Service at Christ the King Church in Kampala on Easter Sunday, Rev Fr. Peter Byangwa advised Christians to always put God first in their works.

“Easter Day should be celebrated more than any other day on this earth because of its relevance in the Christianity faith. It is surprising that most of the Christians put much emphasis on only Christmas Day and neglect other key events in our faith,” remarked Byangwa.

A parent with her kids praying before Mary at the Church

A parent with her kids praying before the Holy Mary at the Church

He further advised Christians to always love each other regardless of tribe and religion, warning that “some sections of people are preparing to revive religious wars by carrying out attacks in Christian communities.”

The caution comes against the backdrop of a terrorist attack at Garissa University College in North Eastern Kenya during which radical Islamic militants killed 147 students. Muslim students were spared.

Christ the King Parish priest Msgnr Gerald Kalumba singing during the church service

Christ the King Parish priest Msgnr Gerald Kalumba singing during the church service

“I call upon all of you Ugandans to ignore anyone who may come to influence you to hate another religion or act against people of a different faith. Ignore such talk because in Uganda people of different religions have lived together for so long,” advised Byangwa.

He said “bad people will always live amongst us. Even Jesus was crucified by those opposed to his Christian messages.”

Christian believers attending the Easter Sunday mass

Christian believers attending the Easter Sunday mass

The UPDF personnel have been poured in the city to beef up police in maintaining security during the festive season

The UPDF personnel have been poured in the city to beef up police in maintaining security during the festive season


Christians have been warned against neglecting their Lord in normal days and remembering him only during the festive season, sildenafil http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php Chimp Corps report.

Leading the Easter Service at Christ the King Church in Kampala on Easter Sunday, price Rev Fr. Peter Byangwa advised Christians to always put God first in their works.

“Easter Day should be celebrated more than any other day on this earth because of its relevance in the Christianity faith. It is surprising that most of the Christians put much emphasis on only Christmas Day and neglect other key events in our faith,” remarked Byangwa.

A parent with her kids praying before Mary at the Church

A parent with her kids praying before the Holy Mary at the Church

He further advised Christians to always love each other regardless of tribe and religion, warning that “some sections of people are preparing to revive religious wars by carrying out attacks in Christian communities.”

The caution comes against the backdrop of a terrorist attack at Garissa University College in North Eastern Kenya during which radical Islamic militants killed 147 students. Muslim students were spared.

Christ the King Parish priest Msgnr Gerald Kalumba singing during the church service

Christ the King Parish priest Msgnr Gerald Kalumba singing during the church service

“I call upon all of you Ugandans to ignore anyone who may come to influence you to hate another religion or act against people of a different faith. Ignore such talk because in Uganda people of different religions have lived together for so long,” advised Byangwa.

He said “bad people will always live amongst us. Even Jesus was crucified by those opposed to his Christian messages.”

Christian believers attending the Easter Sunday mass

Christian believers attending the Easter Sunday mass

The UPDF personnel have been poured in the city to beef up police in maintaining security during the festive season

The UPDF personnel have been poured in the city to beef up police in maintaining security during the festive season


Renowned local band music artist Mesach Semakula has revealed plans to quit the music industry over deteriorating health.

Speaking to ChimpLyf from UMA show grounds on Saturday evening, information pills Mesach said diabetes have pushed his life to the edge, web http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-v1-1-endpoint.php making it difficult for him to continue with his singing career.

“I sometimes pass out while driving, more about only to wake up in the hospital,” Mesach said.

The singer of Kankutendereze fame said his 2015 resolution is doing a national tour to educate people on the dangers of diabetes.

He hopes public awareness campaigns on preventing and early treatment of the disease can save lives.

“I have all of a sudden lost weight and people are wondering what is happening to me. But I am in a struggle, I know what to do but those who are down there are facing worse conditions and I feel my campaign will help put a smile on their face,” he added.

He also promised to set up a consulting firm to mentor prospective musicians.

The award-winning musician boasts collabos with Juliana Kanyomozi, Bobi Wine, Desire Luzinda among others.

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