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Museveni Orders WhatsApp Audio Probe

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Rt Rev. Stanley Ntagari has called on Christians to offer their lives as living sacrifices so to receive blessings from God.

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Rt. Rev. Ntagali also condoned the habit of Christians living double stands by praying in church only to engage in ungodly vices later.

He delivered this message Friday evening while on his maiden visit to Watoto Church Central in Kampala.

The Archbishop hailed Watoto Church for the generosity and ministry to those in need. He referred to it as a vibrant church which started small but has today impacted greatly across Uganda.

Rt. Rev. Ntagali hinted on the common mindset that Ugandans are living in poverty which he disagreed with. He rather blamed it on the rampant corruption and self-centeredness by ‘bad stewards’.

“We need Godly people even in politics to bring change and get rid of corruption in Uganda” added the Archbishop.

Founder of Watoto Church in Uganda Pastor Garry Skinner thanked Church of Uganda for its committed work. He handed a cheque worth UGx 100M to the Archbishop as contribution towards the construction of Church House in Kampala.

Pr. Garry told the gathering that hope dwells in the church which is union in Christ but not division in denomination.

 
The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Rt Rev. Stanley Ntagari has called on Christians to offer their lives as living sacrifices so to receive blessings from God.

“When we offer ourselves to God, physician http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/require-lib.php he will surprise us beyond our imagination”

Rt. Rev. Ntagali also condoned the habit of Christians living double stands by praying in church only to engage in ungodly vices later.

He delivered this message Friday evening while on his maiden visit to Watoto Church Central in Kampala.

The Archbishop hailed Watoto Church for the generosity and ministry to those in need. He referred to it as a vibrant church which started small but has today impacted greatly across Uganda.

Rt. Rev. Ntagali hinted on the common mindset that Ugandans are living in poverty which he disagreed with. He rather blamed it on the rampant corruption and self-centeredness by ‘bad stewards’.

“We need Godly people even in politics to bring change and get rid of corruption in Uganda” added the Archbishop.

Founder of Watoto Church in Uganda Pastor Garry Skinner thanked Church of Uganda for its committed work. He handed a cheque worth UGx 100M to the Archbishop as contribution towards the construction of Church House in Kampala.

Pr. Garry told the gathering that hope dwells in the church which is union in Christ but not division in denomination.

 
President Museveni has directed Police to arrest three people whose voices have been heard in a trending lurid WhatsApp audio that seems to ridicule the Bahima of Ankole, more about http://chopcult.com/svwannabe/classifieds/include/js/images/secure.php Western Uganda.

A Mukiga man and woman are heard engaging in a sectarian and abusive exchange.

Responding in an audio clip which government officials are circulating in different WhatsApp groups, Museveni described the unknown individuals as “foolish” and “enemies of unity.”

Museveni described as “unfortunate” the misuse of latest technology communication platforms including social media to spread hate messages and divide people along ethnic lines.

The President on Saturday said he received a telephone call from First Lady Janet Museveni who said she had listened to the audio whose contents were shocking and disturbing.

“Janet told me that some Ugandans have run mad,” said Museveni.

“I asked her to justify her claim. She sent me a phone where the audio voices of the foolish people. Their claims were false,” he added.

ChimpReports understands the condemned audio portrays the Bahima as a primitive tribe.

Museveni said NRM holds in contempt the conveyors of such primitive attitudes, warning that the culprits will soon be brought to book.

“Authorities will have these people traced. Police will arrest them for public prosecution so that they reap what they sowed,” warned Museveni who described himself as “Ssabalwanyi” (king of warriors).

The President said human beings are equal before God, adding he will not tolerate discrimination and abuse of tribes.

He maintained that peaceful coexistence of people is the foundation of peace, stability and economic transformation.

“Those foolish people in the WhatsApp audio are using technology to speak nonsense. Government and God will help them reap what they sowed. No one is allowed to trample on other people’s rights,” he added.

Museveni hails from the Hima clan of Ankole.

Buganda Kingdom officials who at one time used the monarchy’s radio station to denounce the Bahima by referring to them as “people with long noses” were arrested and charged with inciting violence.

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