Rev. Samuel Muwonge, Mission Secretary when he visited Hon. Ibrahim Kasozi at his office
BY MARY NAKASI
FORMER Makindye East legislator Ibrahim Biribawa Kasozi has responded to the call made by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira of Namirembe Diocese for all good people to contribute towards the construction of Mission House.
Hon. Kasozi who was chairman COSASE in the 10th Parliament has already pledged 300 bags of cement that will be delivered on 18th December 2021.
In a meeting held at his office located at Old Kampala, Kasozi revealed to Mission Secretary Rev. Samuel Muwonge that giving out such contributions is the only way he can demonstrate his gratitude to God for raising him from grass to grace.
Rev. Muwonge had visited Hon. Kasozi to deliver his invitation sent by Bishop Luwalira to the Christmas Carols and Mission house fundraising. Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanyah is expected to officiate at this function as the chief guest.
Invited are dignitaries ranging from cabinet ministers, members of parliament, government officials, Buganda Kingdom officials, political leaders, business fraternity and religious leaders among others.
Kasozi honoured the invitation and said, “On that day I will come with 300 bags of cement. We will do everything possible to see Mission House completed. I grew up from an impoverished family and if it wasn’t God, I would be a no body. Building churches, Mosques, schools and helping the needy is part of my hobbies. I have to give back to God.”
The FDC man is indeed reknown for donating cement, chairs and cash to churches and mosques.
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