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14:48
14:48

Prince Nakibinge Lauds Kyagulanyi For Awakening Youths 4 4

Nakibinge urged the group to press on with their campaign of awakening youths to directly get involved in governance matters and cautioned them against abusing the law.
13:56
13:56

Gov’t to Reconstruct Demolished Church- Museveni 1

President Yoweri Museveni made the commitment during an impromptu visit to the Church Site on Friday morning, describing the demolition as unfortunate and uncalled for. Museveni said that such an act can only be undertaken by people who have no respect for God's temple and that whoever conspired to do it 'will die with a curse.'
13:37
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Police Blocks Procession of Clergies to Ndeeba church 3 1

However, before they could embark on the 13-kilometer journey, heavily armed police officers and a few Updf soldiers commanded by Kampala Metropolitan Police commander Moses Kafeero stormed the place. For some time, there was a hot exchange between God’s men in robes and police officers. Despite the deployment, the charged clergy quoting biblical scriptures noted that there is no weapon formed against them thus insisting on proceeding.
17:57
17:57

Poor Documentation, Greed Threatens Church Land Countrywide- Bishops 1 5 Top story

The Church in question was demolished on Sunday night after a suit by the joint administrators of the estate of late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom princess. The administrators accused the Church of fraudulently being registered on their land title.
13:54
13:54

Bishop Katumba to Abandon Colored Cassock in Protest of Church Demolition 1 1

The Bishop announced this during a visit to Ndeeba, the site of the Church which was reduced to debris on Sunday night, bringing to the fore an ownership dispute pitting the administrators of the estate of the late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom Princess and Church of Uganda.
23:50
23:50

Archbishop Kaziimba Demands Inquiry into Demolition of Ndeeba Church 1

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba has demanded for an impartial inquiry into circumstances under which St. Peter’s Church in Ndeeba was demolished.
23:36
23:36

Ndeeba Church Demolition was Climax of Protracted Court Battle

Last month, the plaintiff in the matter went back to court seeking an order to demolish the structures (church) on the land in question which Justice John Eudes Keitirima so granted as it was lawful given the fact that the administrators of the estate had been declared rightful owner of the property.
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Watoto Could Preserve Exterior of Kampala Road Building-Tourism Official Watoto church 1 4 Top story

Conservationists like Cross-Cultural Heritage Centre, (CCFU), Historic Resource Conservation Initiatives (HRCI) and Perfect Events Ltd, have called for the preservation of the Watoto Church Building built in the 1940s by the Indian businessman; Norman Godinho and housed Norman, the first Cinema hall in Kampala.
11:49
11:49

Religious Leaders Develop Procedures for Reopening Places of Worship 4 1 Top story

They are suggesting that the first phase of the reopening should be around the end of August for 21 days accommodating adult and youth congregants, from the age of 12. The first reopening should start with urban areas before spreading to the countryside, according to proposals that were presented to the National COVID-19 Task Force.
12:28
12:28

Pentecostal Churches Develop Standard Operating Procedures 1

Bishop Joshua Lwere, the Overseer of the National Fellowship of Born-Again Pentecostal Churches and senior pastor of Grace Assembly Church says that since most public places have reopened, there is no justification why worshipping places remain closed.
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17:33

Communities, Neighborhoods Congregate as Churches Remain Closed 3 4

Eng. Moses Wakulera, a resident of Kigoowa suburb in Kampala is one of those who hold Sunday services in their homes. He says that they started congregating as a family in their sitting room but as time went by a few neighbors asked to join them.
12:08
12:08

Some 'Scientific Weddings' Could Be Illegal – URSB Director 1 3

The illegality could arise out of the failure by couples to notify the registrar of their intention to marry in line with section six of the Marriage Act, and the validity of Banns published by Churches under a closed setting. Churches have been closed since March 18, as one of the measures to control public gatherings and contain the spread of coronavirus disease COVID-19.
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Fewer Couples Embraced 'Scientific Wedding' Concept 5 1

The concept started with a ban on public gatherings in March 2020 and a suggestion by president Yoweri Museveni that people can abandon what he called hexagonal weddings in favour of 'scientific weddings' with only a few people in attendance.
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12:56

Kampala Archdiocese Asks Parents to Teach Catechism at Home 4 1

Catechetical instruction is a very important component that helps young Christians and adult converts to understand doctrines in the Catholic Church, including among others liturgy, prayers, and morality. It also prepares children and adult converts for first communion and confirmation sacraments.
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14:57

Clerics Ask Gov't to Open Places of Worship lockdown 5 1

Pastor Solomon Brian Mwesige from Good News Church in Bulenga asked government to consider opening places of worship like it has done to shopping malls and other businesses.
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13:38

Verbatim: President Museveni's 2020 Martyrs' Day Speech 1

The Uganda Martyrs are like the seeds which fell on good ground as Jesus Christ taught in the Parable of the Sower in Matthew, Chapter 13, Verse 23. It says: “The seed that fell on good soil represents those who truly hear and understand God’s word and produce a harvest of thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted.” At the Anglican Shrine, President Yoweri Museveni was represented by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga as Chief guest in a Service led by Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu.
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Anglican Church to hold Televised Service on Martyrs Day Adam Sadiiki 2

The day, held annually on June 3, is in honour of the martyrdom of 45 young men who converted to Christianity between 1885 and 1887 to the annoyance of Kabaka Mwanga II, the then cultural leader of Buganda Kingdom, who ordered that they are burnt to death.
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Watoto Church Cuts Staff Salaries by a Half lockdown 2 1

Watoto Pastoral Team leader Julius Rwotlonyo days that the Church has opted to downsize and adjust its activities and operations until the situation normalizes. Watoto Church employs over 1000 people across its 13 branches and homes.
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Mufti Mubaje Asks Muslims to Conduct Idd Prayers in Homes Yahya Kakungulu 1 6

Addressing the press at Uganda Muslim Supreme Council -UMSC headquaters at Old Kampala, the Muft said that although there shall be no congregational prayers, Muslims should pray in their homes.
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17:58

Museveni Invites Religious Leaders for National Prayers on COVID-19 state house entebbe 1

Tomorrow's national prayers come at a time when the number of COVID-19 cases in Uganda has surpassed 100. The country remains under lockdown with schools and businesses closed. No public or Private transport is allowed on the roads, save for essential service providers who were approved by the government.
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