Janet Roots For Stronger, Impactful Born Again Leadership

clinic geneva;”>This was in a message delivered by First Lady Janet Museveni during the consecration ceremony of the leaders of the Born Again fraternity on Saturday at Kololo ceremonial grounds.

On her own behalf, the First lady congratulated the church of Christ for conducting good elections without any wrangles which has always led to a peaceful transfer of leadership which then helps to build and strengthen the body of Christ.

Janet thanked the out-going overseer Apostle Alex Mitala, who has ruled for two terms, for being a good shepherd and not comprised the Born Again faith.

Janet further said Mitala had always stood for the truth and showed Ugandans the right direction of eternal truth according to the word of God.

She congratulated the in-coming overseer Bishop Joshua Lwere upon the timely achievement that he has attained to further the leadership of the fellowship.


The Karamoja Affairs Minister also praised Lwere him for always being supportive and available in praying and carrying the gospel of Christ to the people of Karamoja which has helped to transform their lives.

Christine, Lwere, Janet and Nsubuga in a group photo

“I am very sure and confident that under your leadership, the church of Christ will stand for what is right in what concerns God’s people and His kingdom in Uganda.

“I want to assure you that I will be praying for you and as you also pray for all of us in leadership of this nation.”

The First Lady has also launched the National declaration, this was a declaration done on the 50th Independence celebrations declared and dedicated Uganda to the almighty God which distinguishes Uganda as a covenant Nation.

She also commissioned all the believers to take the declaration to all the corners of the country.

“This is a national declaration and we want all corners of this nation to belong to God, thank you so much and may God bless you all.”

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