Prime Minister, mind case http://coupon-ads.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php Dr Ruhakana Rugunda has described St. Janani Luwum as a political icon whose martyrdom galvanised efforts to oust the dictatorial regime of former President Idi Amin which set the stage for the liberation of Uganda.
“We look at the life of St. Janani Luwum not only in the religious aspect but also in the social and political aspects, ” said Rugunda, http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/widgets/class-wc-widget-products.php adding that his life was a challenge to both political and religious leaders.
He said it was befitting to rekindle the fervent fire that was lit by Archbishop Janani Luwum to make his life and memory more celebrated at both national and international levels.
Rugunda said it was incumbent upon Ugandans to ensure that all the necessary arrangements were in place to permanently immortalise the life of St. Janani Luwum as a preeminent Christian leader and 20th century martyr.He revealed that President Yoweri Museveni fully supported this venture and would grace the annual remembrance of Archbishop Luwum on 16th February 2015 in Mucwini, Kitgum district where he was buried.
The Premier who is also the Chairman National Organising Committee made the remarks during the launch of the International Celebration of Archbishop Janani Luwum day by the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali at St. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe on Monday.
This year, the Church, Government and other stakeholders are coming together to significantly expand the annual remembrance of the late Archbishop Luwum and also make it an international celebration.
Archbishop Ntagali asked for support of all dioceses, churches, Christians and all people of good will who recognise the significance and importance of a national remembrance of the life and witness of Archbishop Janani Luwum.
“The Church in Uganda, as well as the global church around the world has regarded Archbishop Janani Luwum as a martyr for the Christian faith,” said Ntagali. “He died because of his faith in Jesus Christ and his willingness to boldly proclaim it to the highest people in our land.”
Ntagali said a dedicated team of national leaders from different denominations had come together and established St. Janani Luwum Memorial Charity, chaired by the Bank of Uganda Governor, Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile.
Archbishop Janani Luwum was brutally murdered by elements in former President Idi Amin’s Government on February 16, 1977 following a period of prolonged political upheavals at the time.
Also expected at this year’s annual remembrance of Archbishop Luwum are South Africa’s retired Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu and Church of England’s Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, who are also patrons of St. Janani Luwum Memorial Charity.
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Speaking to ChimpLyf, the organizer of the event, Johnson Mujungu of Grajoh Talent Management and Public Relations Ltd said that the team was especially overwhelmed by the number of Ugandans living outside the UK that had already booked tickets for the Easter Weekend Concert.
To this effect, Mujungu disclosed that they had even contracted several Heathrow Airport pick up service providers to ensure that clients from the rest of Europe would feel at home while in London for the show.
At the show that is to be hosted by celebrated TV host, Nancy Mugga, the multi award winning Afrigo Band that is going to be headlining the concert is expected to perform the most popular of their dozens of hits that they have made since 1975.
Sources reveal that plans are already underway to fly the entire band and their equipment to the British capital a week before the mega event that is expected to take place at the Royal Regency Hotel on Saturday March 28th starting 8:00 PM.
Controversial Kampala socialite Zari Hassan has finally bowed to pressure and returned home to take care of her children who had made several outcries wondering what had happened to their mother whom they had taken ages without seeing.
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The candid King Lawrence held nothing back as he openly disclosed to the kids that their mother was hoping from one man to another all-around Africa.
This shocked the kids who started becoming moody and reportedly were even starting to become thin.
This is when the showy Lawrence declared on social media that he was going to pay Zari’s lover, Daimond Platinumz $40,000 to leave the mother of three go back to her Children.
The next day, after he claimed to have finalized the transaction with Platinumz and Zari, King Lawrence shared with ChimpLyf photos of with her kids in a swimming pool. It remains unclear whether Zari went back to her children because of the money or because of the motherly love she had for them.