A Muslim man has injected cash into the construction of a Church for hundreds of Christians in Nakaseke, a district in central Uganda. Hajji Sulah Sserunjogi, a resident of Migingye village, Nakaseke joined efforts with believers at Migingye St Steven Church of Uganda to carry on the Church construction projected that had tarried nearly 70 years.
Speaking to a local news daily, Hajji Sulah expressed delight in supporting the Christian community.
The official opening of the Church was graced by Luweero Diocese Bishop, Rev. Canon Eridard Kironde Nsubuga. He described the charitable move as a ‘miracle.’
“Hajji Sulah got his own money and funded the church construction project. I believe he has done well to fulfil what God said that you shall love your neighbour as yourself,” Rev. Kironde said.
Rev. Kironde further used the occasion to stress that unless a Christian believer’s teaching to society about the bible match his/her actions, “we’re not really living authentically,” he said.
“The practical gospel will help our Churches thrive. Even in the communities where we live, we are identified by the way we practice what we peach,” he added.