By Watchdog reporter
A section of Christians, religious and political leaders has accused the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Archbishop the Most Rev Stanley Ntagali of ‘honoring’ political leaders rather than God.
This comes after Archbishop Ntagali reportedly abandoned a
mass during the 40th commemoration anniversary to mark the martyrdom of Archbishop Janani Luwum to welcome three top government
The annual commemoration prayers held at Wi gweng
village, Mucwini Sub county kitgum district where
Archbishop Luwum’s body was buried was led by Archbishop Ntagali.
Top government officials were expected to attend the event
but by 10:30 am when prayers started none of them were
present including the Guest of honor Vice President Edward
However in the middle of the prayers, Archbishop Ntagali
and the custodian of Kitgum diocese Bishop Odur Karmi left
the altar to join other leaders in welcoming Ssekandi who had arrived at the venue.
But this action left some leaders including former UPC president
also one of the organizers of the event Olara Otunnu and one Charles Okumu, a pilgrim unhappy.