Serve Ugandans as if serving the Lord – Archbishop Kazimba urges new cabinet
Written by David Gwenyemera on June 11, 2021
The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, The Most Rt. Rev. Dr. Samuel Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu has reminded the newly appointed ministers that they were chosen to serve God and His people and not anyone else.
These Ministers were announced in a new cabinet, by President Museveni on Tuesday, among whom the former Education Minister and retired UPDF Major, Jessica Alupo was named Vice President whereas outgoing State Health Minister for General Duties Robinah Nabbanja was named Prime Minister.
Speaking on the sidelines of a scientific national fathers’ day engagement workshop at his home in Namirembe, Archbishop Kaziimba urged the new ministers to always remember that they are supposed to serve the people as they are serving God.
It will be recalled that yesterday, after the reading of the 2021-2022 Financial Year National Budget before Parliament at Kololo Independence Grounds, President Museveni defended his decision to appoint the new ministers, saying he is in the path of Jesus Christ, adding that Jesus left intellectuals he had, like Pharisees, Sadducees and Levites and appointed fishermen. Museveni insisted that the people he appointed to cabinet are very fantastic.