By Elly Katahinga
The wife to the south Ankole Bishop Lillian Ahimbisibwe has called for
prayer, national commitment and sacrifice to end the increasing
violence in the country.
Mrs. Lillian Ahimbisibwe
Preaching during the service to cerebrate mothers union choir victory
for Kyamate Deanery at the provincial Mothers’ union music gala at St.
Mathew cathedral Kyamate yesterday, Ms. Ahimbisibwe said act she says is dangerous for the country.
She added that the resistance between the Ugandan government and opposition needs a lot of prayers that someone should take responsibility and commitment to faithful works.
Ahimbisibwe criticized some people who confess their sins on Television stations while at home and think that they are saved without knowing that they need to commit themselves to God if they are to be successful in their lives.
Kyamate deanery of South Ankole diocese emerged 11th overall in the
music competitions at provincial level in all participating dioceses
in the church of Uganda in their maiden participation.
Responding to the preaching, the dean St. Mathew cathedral Rev. can.
Joash Tushangomujuni called on Christians to pray hard for the nation
that it does not go for the worst times.