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KABALE -Diocese Of Kigezi Gears Up Preparations For The Annual Brethren conference Slated For Tomorrow 11th January 2024

KIGEZI –Preparations are in high gear for the 2024 Kigezi Diocesan Brethren Annual Conference.

According to the Kigezi Diocesan Secretary, Rev. Can. Milton Nkurunungi, the conference is to set rolling tomorrow afternoon at the Convention Site at Rugarama Hill in Northern Division of Kabale Municipality.

Rev. Can. Nkurunungi told our reporter today afternoon that preparations for the conference are in their final stage, noting that the organizers are ready to welcome Christians travelling from across the diocese and different parts of Uganda to attend the conference. He noted that registration of participants will kick-start at 8 am at Kigezi High School. He further revealed that congregants will receive a range of well-packaged sermons from different preachers, which will transform their lives spiritually and morally.


Rev. Benon Agaba, the head of planning and development in the Bishop’s office, who is also overseeing the preparation of the annual conference, said they expect over 7,000 devotees that will attend the four-day conference, with residence prepared for about 2,500 of these. He also stated that security has been tightened, noting that negative elements will be apprehended by security operatives.

The conference, running under the theme “Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God” derived from Romans 12:2 will end on Sunday, January 14, 2024. 

Tragic Road Crash Claims Life of German Tourist in Kabale District

KABALE –A German national has today perished in a road crash while two others were seriously injured in Kabalaga hill in Kyanamira Sub-County of Kabale district along the Kabale-Mbarara highway.

The deceased is Dr Wendsche Ralf Steffen, 58, a German tourist while the injured are 48-year-old female German tourist Silk Venus and Morgan Nyombi, 60, a resident of Murungu in Munyonyo, Kampala, a driver attached to Kibo Slopes Uganda Limited.

ASP Elly Maate, the Kigezi Regional Police spokesman, told our reporter today afternoon that the accident happened in the morning at around 9 am when a green Toyota Land Cruiser Registration Number UAX 567C in which the tourists were travelling from Bwindi to Kampala, collided head-on with a speeding Fuso lorry (UBH 009B).

The lorry which was coming from the opposite direction tried to overtake another vehicle and, in the process, collided with the tourist vehicle killing one tourist on the spot and injuring another plus their driver.

Maate attributed the accident to reckless driving by the lorry driver, adding that the injured were rushed to Kabale Regional Referral Hospital for treatment while the body of the deceased has been conveyed to the same facility’s mortuary for postmortem.

KABALE:Bishop Akanjuna Warns Against Rising Alcoholism and its Impact on Society”

KABALE –The Bishop of the Diocese of Kigezi, Rt Rev Gaddie Akanjuna has warned Christians against indulging themselves in alcoholism and immorality.

While delivering his Christmas and New year’s message yesterday in his office at Rugarama hill, Northern division Kabale municipality, bishop Akanjuna high lightened that alcoholism is on the rise in the community which has led to the rise of immorality, like family break ups and poverty, among others.

Bishop Akanjuna encouraged Christians to stop alcoholism noting that resultant addiction hinders development, and called them to engage themselves in income generating activities to bolster their family development. He also called upon family members to cooperate and work in unity, especially to handle land fragmentation, stressing that men have left women to do all the work.

Bishop Akanjuna urged parents to use this festive season as a way to talk to the family members as a way to bring the family together reminding them of the loss of a boy child in the involvement in the community activities urging them to support and help them study for the brighter future.


 Bishop Akanjuna also condemned terror attacks citing the recent attack by suspected ADF rebels in Kamwenge and advised Christians most especially those on border posts to be vigilant, steady fast and be alert and since during festive season people with negative motives tend to use it to harm innocent citizens.