The Uganda joint Christian Council (UJCC) says there are many unanswered questions regarding the violence witnessed during the Arua Municipality by-elections and insists that government should institute an independent commission to investigate circumstances that led to the chaos and the events ...Read More »
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By Parliament KAMPALA – Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has called for speedy investigations into the f...
In an article published by the Daily Monitor on Monday, Ugandan Lawyer and activist Michael Aboneka ...
By Aaron Sseruyigo Justine Nabbosa, a renowned gospel artiste, lead worshiper and co -pastor at the ...
OPINION | By Pegi Olubiyi At some point in time, most of us have been through one trial or the other...
By Paul W Dennis KAMPALA – Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah has while preceding over a parliament...
By Creflo Dollar A good attitude is important in everything we do, and it’s up to us to choose what kind of attitude we want to embrace. We can wake up each morning dreading what lies ahead, or we ...Read More »
Apostle John Bunjo of Christian Restoration Ministries International overcame a childhood of intense health challenges and poverty to become the radical gospel evangelist he is today. He has long been open about his faith in God and passion for evangelism, routinely showcasing his calm ...Read More »
PRESS RELEASE Dear Ugandans, The Inter-Religious Council of Uganda condemns the violence and hooliganism associated with electioneering in which lives are lost, people are barbarically arrested and tortured and property destroy. Electioneering is a constitutional right and the ...Read More »
By Agencies The Bishop of Kinkizi diocese, Rt Rev Dan Zoreka, has said all Ugandans must be concerned about what is happening in the country. Bishop Zoreka who blamed Arua incident on government’s failure to respect multi-party politics, said the ...Read More »
Bishop Franklin Mondo Mugisha of Empowerment Christian Prayer Center International has said Bobi Wine’s enemy is not President Museveni, but someone in the opposition. “Bobi Wine has just come, but he has done things other big political figures took over 11 years to ...Read More »
Calling Kofi Annan a leader consistent with the best teaching of nonviolent leadership, the World Council of Churches which unites Christians in more than 110 countries has joined millions as they mourn the former United Nations secretary general and Nobel Peace Prize ...Read More »
Head of the Born Again Faith Federation in Uganda Apostle Dr. Joseph Serwadda has condemned the recent violence witnessed in Arua Municipality as President Yoweri Museveni and MP Robert Kyagulanyi, commonly known as Bobi Wine, campaigned for candidates in the parliamentary by-election. Dr Serwadda ...Read More »
Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga has called for a thorough and prompt investigation into the death of a Ugandan Church leader which occurred in Tampa, Florida in the US four years ago. Kadaga says the deceased’s next of kin claim that the ...Read More »
Intercessors for Uganda, a national intercessory ministry is organizing an annual National Prayer Conference, together with Uganda Jubilee Network, under the theme: “Remitting the Sins of Slavery” based on Deuteronomy 24:7 and Exodus 21:6. This prayer conference will bring together individuals involved ...Read More »