Ugandans are urged to supplement government efforts among which are; peace, infrastructural development and education to preserve the environment the home to flora and fauna which is one of the booming income generating sectors in the country.
Minister of tourism and wildlife in Uganda Ephraim Kamuntu has urged Ugandans to preserve tourist attractions that will help Uganda to achieve its goal of 4million tourist by 2020.
The retired bishop of Rochester Diocese in the United Kingdom Michael James Nazir-Ali has challenged Ugandans especially Christians to become modern-day missionaries through resisting actions, thoughts and deeds that promote impunity.
While speaking to the thousands of Christians who thronged Mucwini Sub-County for the 40th anniversary celebrations of the late Archbishop Janani Luwum, Bishop Nazir-Ali said Just like Archbishop Luwum, no Christians and the Church of Uganda should support any forms of impunity.
The Catholic Church has come out with a strongly advise to Ugandans to fight adultery, witchcraft, laziness and infidelity if they are to protect their Marriages.
The Communications coordinator in Kampala Archdiocese Rev. Fr. Katerega Kiibi says a number of marriages the foundation to the catholic church have failed due to such ill acts on top of greed for money which is put first to a marriage which is a special calling and a blessing from God.