By Sylvia Kugonza
In Fort portal
The Bishop for Rwenzori diocese the Rt. Rev. Reuben Kisembo Amooti called for equality and justice in Judiciary the country.
While preaching to hundreds of Christians who had turned up for Easter celebrations at St. Johns cathedral Fort portal, the bishop asked the judiciary to serve all Ugandans equally no matter whether they are poor or rich.
The Bishop cited the recent act by the military escort of Ugandan ambassador to Burundi, Major General Matayo Kyaligonza (Rtd) who manhandled a female traffic officer along the highway leading to the capital Kampala.
The man of God stated that he was disappointed when only the escorts were arrested and the General left untouched.
The bishop also condemned cases of corruption in the private sector and in government whereby the big men are not arrested and prosecuted but those who that have stolen goats and hen are rotting in prison.
The Bishop has condemned the injustices in the country by the judiciary thus calling upon for trust and faithfulness among the judicial officials.
Meanwhile the man of God also talked about the brutalizing of opposition, hindering them from holding allies, speaking on radio and TV stations in the country by the Uganda police and other security agencies.
He therefore appealed to the government to give space to the opposition and treat equally as they also carry out their political career.
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