Museveni urges churches to help in fighting corruption
The president of the republic of Uganda general Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has called on religious leaders to join hands with government in the fight against corruption.
In his speech read to him by the minister of local government hon Adolf Mwesige during the golden jubilee celebrations of fort portal diocese yesterday, Museveni said for the last 50 years the church contributed much towards the development of the country’s economy citing hospitals, schools and banking institutions.
He urged the church to condemn stannic acts of homosexuality, human sacrifice and drug abuse.
The archbishop of Kampala archdiocese Rt Rev Dr. Cyprain Kizito Lwanga appealed to leaders to be decent, hospitable, self-controlled able to teach and not drunkards.
He said that a good leader must be role models and exemplary to the people they lead and that should manage their households very well.
By Sunday Rogers