Steven Kaziimba Mugalu Speaks On -Anti –Corruption Unit Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema

Niwandinda Daniel
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The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Steven Kaziimba Mugalu  has called on the staff of the State House Anti- Corruption Unit to have total trust in God in order to achieve their set goals.

The Archbishop made the call recently at the Anti- Corruption Unit offices in Kampala when he led the personnel in a fellowship. The event was co-celebrated by the Provost of the All saints Cathedral in Kampala, Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye.
He commended the Head of the Anti –Corruption Unit Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema for respecting God and thanked the staff for their unwavering commitment to duty. While quoting the book of Acts in the Bible, he gave the congregation the example of Cornelius who was always committed to God. He described Cornelius as a person who was very prayerful and generous. He noted that a hospitable person must have a cause that pushes him to be generous.
Archbishop Mugalu reminded the staff that when one prays he cannot leave God unshaken. He added that prayer is a powerful tool and observed that they have got many battles and can only win them when they go on their knees.
The State House Head of the Anti- Corruption Unit Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema urged the Anti-Corruption unit staff to continue with the spirit of working together under commitment to God.
She thanked Alice Komuhangi Kauka of the office of the Director of Public Prosecution for her outstanding contribution to the Anti- Corruption Unit.

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