Calm has returned to our city. The number of victims of the 3-day madness keeps rising. Will sanity ever return here? Let us pray for our motherland.
Last weekend was the most quiet ever. No loud music. No parties. No unncessary movements. It was so quiet and very tense. You could feel it in the air.
This week has progressed quite well. I am actually happy to say that it has been a busy one for me. I had the Stamp Exhibition at the Sheraton – Rwenzori Ballroom, the PRO-AUDIO exhibito at Lugogo Show grounds – Main Exhibition Hall, The NABOTU Book week at Independence Park. This evening I lookf forward to the Public reading at the National Theatre.
In other news, we need to pray for Edwin Lubega. He walked into my office on Tuesday. He has cancer. The cancer has eaten away his vocal chords. And now at his tender age of about 10 years, he has a croaking voice. Speaking is such a burden to him that he doubles over in pain once he says anything. It is sad that our sick children have to walk the streets looking for hospital bills instead of lying in hospital beds receiving free treatment. With our resources, we can pull it off, if only some people were not too greedy.
One of those temporary churches has pitched camp in my neighbourhood and they are hosting overnight prayers. It has been 2 days now and I have not slept properly.
Pour mes amis francophones, comme toi Nevender je sais que tu parles bien le français. On continue à prier. C’est le seul chose qu’ on peut faire sans problème. Je te souhaite une très belle weekend pour toi et ta famille. Que Dieu te bénisse.
Let us call to God to come and reside in our country: