I HAVE SENT AN EMERGENCY MESSAGE TO ALL 36 DIOCESES TO SAVE RETIRED ARCHBISHOP NKOYOYO—-ARCHBISHOP NTAGALI
BY WILBER MUHWEZI-KASIBANTE
The archbishop of the church of Uganda His Grace Stanly Ntagali has revealed that his predecessor Mparanyi Nkoyoyo is not in danger and neglected by his church of Uganda as claimed by the media.
Nkoyoyo is hospitalized in London and needs 250 million for treatment but the family has failed to raise it. Ntagali said that the media has brown it out proportion but plans are in place to save the man of God.
Ntagali said this last evening Jan. 14, 2015 at western Meridian Hotel in Bushenyi town in an exclusive interview with www.mknewslink.com managing Editor Wilber Muhwezi-Kasibante on general performance of the church of Uganda, troubled west ankole diocese, the ailing former archbishop of the church of Uganda, Mparanyi Nkoyoyo among other issues.
He noted that he has sent an emergency message to all the 36 dioceses to raise money to save the former archbishop of Uganda.
Ntagali added that only kampala diocese where the he prays from has raised over 20 million to save MPARANYI NKOYOYO.
He noted that even Canterbury the headquarters of the church of Uganda are willing to contribute. He revealed that the family is also mobilizing money to save the head of the family and former archbishop.
Retired archbishop was followed by Henry Luke Orombi and then Ntagali who has served for four years on his ten year term.