The Bishop of Ankole Diocese, web cheapest http://communityvet.net/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-gd.php Rt. Rev. Dr. Frederick Sheldon Mwesigwa has blasted civil servants especially health workers who put accumulation of wealth and money above delivery of service and upholding value for human life.
“I pity greedy civil servants who treasure wealth and money more than the service they are supposed to deliver. Such people shall never accumulate the money and shall always be trapped in troubled personal lives, online http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/cc-program/cc-program.php ” he said.
He pointed out that many people opt to work abroad and distant places so that they get more money at the expense of service to their community and their relationships with their families which has often led to broken homes and HIV/AIDS.
The tough speaking bishop was on Saturday evening speaking at the Golden Jubilee service of Dr. Keith Waddell Morton’s service at Ruharo Hospital in Kamukuzi Division, http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php Mbarara Municipality.
He congratulated Dr. Morton for his 50 years of committed service in Uganda and connecting the Church of Uganda to the Church of England which he said has yielded a number of helpful projects.
In his speech, Dr. Morton said he was disappointed with many Ugandans who misused the God-given opportunities and privileges of service.
Dr. Morton told the congregation that his coming to Uganda was accidental because the African Inland Mission (AIM) in United Kingdom through St. Mary’s Islington Church had sent him to serve in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) but ended up being posted in Kaganda, Kasese District following the influx of Congolese refugees that had flocked the country.
He noted that this iis when he established Kagando hospital in Kasese and Ruharo hospital in Mbarara with funds from AIM, UK.
The 78-year-old unmarried doctor without a single biological child has adopted over 200 children in Uganda whose education he has sponsored to University level.
He however regrets that he has so far lost 10 of his children to HIV/AIDS and reckless living.
Dr. Morton also challenged the youths to prioritize service, guard against corruption and care for those in need.