Museveni to Lift the Ban on Army Barracks Places of Worship

President Museveni revealed while officiating at the 23rd National Prayer breakfast at State House Entebbe that government is considering lifting the ban on worship places in army barracks.

According to president Museveni said he had had a change of heart after witnessing the unity among religious denominations

Museveni said that the decision to ban places of worship in the army barracks was to avoid dividing the army along religious lines which was at a peak of its second wave.

The prayer breakfast was celebrated under the theme: Responsibility before God and Man and it was the second time to be cerebrated due to the outbreak of COVID -19 in the country.

Different legislators prayed for Uganda, East Africa and the world for peace, the heath sector and to restore the country’s economy.

Rt. Rev Johnson Twinomujuni the Bishop of West Ankole diocese who delivered the key note address asked MPs to maintain the decorum of Parliament whereas Jacob Oulanyah the speaker referred to the theme underscored the importance of kindness, happiness, creativity and forgiveness.

The speaker noted that the 11th Parliament will not be like the old parliaments in exercising their roles.

Jolliebest Kasajja

Jolliebest Kasajja is a Ugandan Photo Journalist, Influencer, Photo and Videographer, News Editor and a critic in African Politics

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