Religious leaders are going to air out their perspectives as far as nature and environment are concerned.
Running under the theme ‘A faith based perspective’, the online conversation will take place on World Nature Conservation Day slated for 28 July, 2020. It will begin at 11am.
The conversation that will be hosted by Joseph Masembe, the CEO of Little Hands Go Green will be joined by Bishop Nathan Kyamanywa (Church of Uganda), Dr Muhammad Kiggundu (Islamic scholar) ,Apostle Grace Lubega (Phaneero Ministries) and Father Kibi Deogratius (Catholic Church).
Masembe said despite having different faiths, all people are supposed to be stewards of the environment to ensure that its conserved for the well being of humans.
“Genesis 1:28 reminds us of our duty to replenish the Earth. Planting a Fruit tree in the Islamic Faith is referred to as creating a unending sacrifice because people will always eat fruit from it. Join us on #Tue28thJuly for an interesting online discussion with some very Great minds,” the environmentalist said.
The event is sponsored by My Kid is a Superstar, NFA, NEMA, Global Catholic Movement, Afrika Vuka, 350 Africa and Capital FM.
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