Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has called upon Ugandans to continue practicing Godliness regardless of the situations around them.
Speaking during today’s Christmas service at Rubaga Cathedral, Lwanga tasked the Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi to tell his boss to stop camouflaging because of simple issues.
Lwanga added that President Museveni needs to go back to the one they used to know, that one who respected the will of the people and constitutionalism.
“We request you to convey our best wishes to the president and remind him that we shouldn’t go back to the past. The preamble of the constitution is very good.” Lwanga said.
Archbishop also urged all Members of Parliament to always read it before doing anything else since the country will end up in a mess if they continue passing resolutions without considering their impacts.
On a special note, Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga also said that the bible says we were all created in the image of God. When a person commits whatever crime, treat them as human beings.
Lwanga said that the amendments, which opens the way for those aged 18 years and above to contest for the presidency, were not done in good faith.
He added that the nationwide consultations were done but there are still feelings of betrayal from the voters by their members of parliament.
He said it is unfortunate that Members of Parliament didn’t listen to advice from religious leaders and elders who requested them not to amend the Constitution.