By; News room
Archbishop of Uganda Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali has called on Ugandans to dedicate the coming week to prayer and fasting against the “current state of political anxiety caused by a lack of patriotic spirit, selfish ambitions and politically charged mindsets that incite communities into anarchy for the Country.
In his 2017 Christmas message at the Church of Uganda Provincial Secretariat at Namirembe, Archbishop Ntagali said Uganda and its neighbors need to put their concerns into prayer to avoid the existing political upheavals, anarchy, and often incidents of mysterious killings, deaths and perverse behavioral living.
The dedicated week will run from 18th to 24th this month, to prayer and fast for stability and peace in the country.
He further cautioned Members of Parliament not to represent themselves but the interests of the people citing the pressure mounting on the proposed constitutional amendments especial on article 102 (b).