He will be consecrated on December 15th, 2019 at St. Peter’s Church of Uganda by the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Rev. Stanley Ntagali in a ceremony which President Yoweri Museveni has confirmed to be the Chief guest.
The West Lango Diocese require Uganda shillings 600 million for the consecration ceremony of Bishop Rev. Julius Caesar Nina on December 15th, 2019.
Christians in the Diocese are looking forward to receiving the second Bishop.
Caesar Nina will be
consecrated at St. Peter’s Church of Uganda by
the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Rev. Stanley Ntagali in a ceremony
which President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has confirmed to be the Chief guest.
becomes the second Bishop of West Lango Diocese replacing Rev Alfred Acur Okodi
who has reached his retirement age at 65.
Rev Acur was
consecrated the first Bishop of West Lango Diocese in 2014.
Richard Ogwang Odyero, the West Lango Diocese Laity Chairperson also the organizing
Committee chairperson says they are prepared to go and bring Bishop elect Rev
Nina before his consecration date.
they are still looking for over Uganda shillings 600 million to facilitate their activities for
the consecration of Rev.Nina.
Canon Ogwang, they have so far realized 70% of the total money required to
facilitate the event.
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Rev.Nina is expected to arrive at the West Lango Diocese on December 6th,
a head of his consecration according to Canon Ogwang. He will then be taken for a retreat as he awaits to be consecrated the second Bishop of West Lango Diocese.
Ayo, a Christian at Aboko St. Philip Church of Uganda in Aduku Sub County expressed
excitement about the incoming Bishop. Ayo expects
Rev Nina to continue implementing the progressive initiatives of his
predecessor Rev Acur.
Ongom, 73, a choir member at St. Peter’s Cathedral Aduku says their preparations
are getting on well as they practice good songs to welcome the second West Lango Bishop.
Nina was appointed the second Bishop of West Lango Diocese on August 27th,
2019 by the House of Bishops sitting at Namirembe in Kampala.
His Profile:Born on November 29,1968, a Lango by
tribe, a member of Atek Okweromac clan.Hails from Ayer Tekidi village, Okwor
parish, Ayer Sub County in Kole district.He is married to Janet Nina and
blessed with four children.Holds 34 years of experience in
Church Ministry service. Nina was Ordained Deacon on July
30th, 2000 and subsequently Ordained Priest on 30th July, 2001.He served as the Bishop's Chaplain,
before becoming the Diocesan Treasurer at Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese, Diocesan
Secretary and Archdeacon.He went to Diima P.S and Aculbanya
Primary school, Uganda Martyrs Seminary Namugongo, Uganda Christian
University-Mukono, CORAT- Nairobi, Kenya.ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION:Bachelor's Degree in Divinity, Human
Resource Management, Diploma in Theology, Diploma in Computerized Accounting,
Financial Management and Control.