By Male Marvin
An organisation mobilising Christians to promote among others intercession in workplaces has made a call to all believers to join them in prayer for whoever will be appointed to replace Jennifer Musisi as Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director.
The Born-again Christian mother announced her resignation in October, revealing that she will leave office with effect from 15th December 2018.
Dr Joseph Okia, Chairman of the Workplace Fellowships Network while addressing believers during a Parliamentary retreat on December 2 said a secure and prosperous Uganda can only be founded on righteousness and justice.
He further urged listeners to establish altars at their workplaces, and noted that if anything goes astray, Christians are to take the blame and develop a network that can offer solutions to those in Power.
It is here that he spoke of Jennifer Musisi’s resignation and urged attendees to pray for the “Executive Director transition plan” at KCCA.
“Let us pray that whoever comes to power will be a Joshua building on what Moses did,” Dr Okia said.
He made reference to Judges 2:10 which says; …And there arose another generation after them who did not know the LORD or the work that he had done for Israel.
“We must be the solution providers in the nation. Government is always looking for solutions. There are problems everyday. Being in Parliament for 14 years has taught me that we have Goliaths in our country,” Dr Okia said.
Before Resigning, Jennifer has during her interview with media said she does not take credit for turning the Capital into what she called a vibrant, attractive and sustainable city, “it is “God that anointed me for service,” she said.
Jennifer, for a section of Ugandans, stood out in how she consistently maintained order, stood by her principles and restored what could loosely be defined as the city’s ‘lost glory’.
During her appearance at Miracle Centre Cathedral Rubaga in June 2017, Pr Robert Kayanja in a statement said, “through her God ordained leadership, she is helping change people’s lives for the better to the glory and victory of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
The Pastor described her as “an extended hand of God..ushering the city of Uganda into the right direction of growth and development.”
Among reasons for her abrupt departure mid her third appointive tenure, Ms Musisi cited less-than-satisfactory political support, inadequate resources and corrosive fights.
At Gaba Community Church last year, the lead Pastor Peter Kasirivu introduced Mrs Jennifer Musisi as a woman God has used to bring transformation to Kampala.
“For her, its a mission that God has called her as a child of God, she is making a difference in our city.” Pr Kasirivu said.