BY MWEBEMBEZI FRED
IN FORT PORTAL—-
The bishop for Rwenzori diocese in Kabarole district Bishop Reuben Kisembo has urged the public to pull their hands from the pockets and work hard so as to fight against poverty and theft in Kabarole district.
Kisembo revealed that for Uganda to develop like any other developed country in this world, people should work tirelessly in their young age as this will help them to enjoy fruits of wealth in their old age as they won’t be having power to work.
He condemned the dirty works being practiced by the youth in Kabarole district like theft, taking drugs that distort their minds and force them to do what they are not supposed to do.
Kisembo explained these following the rampant theft in Kabarole where the thugs broke into his office and stole two laptops, an ipad and other important documents on Sunday night.
Musa Tibakirana the district police commander Kabarole district strongly condemns the act as this has resulted to the loss of many people’s lives.
Tibakirana revealed that the police have launched investigations to deal with the people that do not want to work but want clean money which they do not know where it comes from.