Bishop Katumba was enthroned in September 2017 at the height of disputes between the clergy and parishioners, many of whom were even opposed to his candidature because of biases against Bishops coming from outside the diocese.
Ssendagirwa Bbalansimo Omulandasibo Jonta, as known among his followers was named the new guardian for the cult-like spiritual movement which was founded in 1975 in Kabira Sub County, Kyotera district. He replaces Bambi Baaba Baabuwe Mugonza who died in July last year.
It\'s now two years and two months since the death of Pastor Mugambe who was killed along with eight family members. Mugambe was killed along with his family on 13th January 2013 at Mutegombwa village in Kanabulemu village in Kyebe sub-county, Rakai district. The killing of so many people at once shocked not just Rakai district but Uganda.
Today, Namuddu breaks the silence, revealing that she secretly mothered a child with the priest attached to Buyoga catholic parish in Bukomansimbi district. She not only accuses the priest of rape, but for child neglect and threatening violence.
Banakaroli Catholic Brothers' Home in Rakai has become the latest religious institution in the Southern region to fall prey to robbers. Banakaroli Catholic Brothers' Home was broken into on Thursday night and property worth Ugx 20million stolen.
URN established that majority of the dilapidated structures were constructed in the 1960â€™s. Ddwaniro Church of Uganda and Buyamba church of Uganda for example were constructed in 1962 and have never had any major rehabilitation.
The priest, Julius Ssemaganda, the assistant parish priest of Buzza Church of Uganda in Kyarulangira Sub County was arrested last month and remanded at Rakai prison after 18 male pupils of Buzza Church of Uganda Primary School pinned him for sodomising them. The victims aged between 12 and 14.
Court rejected his plea on grounds that Muwanguzi and his co-accused were not residents of the area where the accused committed the crime. It would therefore be hard to keep them in check once granted bail.
\"Pastor\" William Muwanguzi is back in court today for hearing of his two cases of impersonation and attempted escape from prison. Kalisizo Grade One Magistrates court will also decide whether to grant him bail or not.