Busoga Bishop Naimanhye Congratulates Uganda Cranes

The Bishop of Busoga Diocese Rt. Rev Paul Moses Samson Naimanhye has joined other Ugandans to congratulate upon breaking the 38 year gimmick to qualify to 2017 Afcon cup finals in Gabon.

Following the much anticipated determinant game of Uganda cranes with Comoros on Sunday; all Ugandans were plunged into jubilations and celebrations of qualifying for the Afcon finals in January 2017 since 1978.

Bishop Naimanhye speaking from his office at Bugembe on Tuesday says that as a Ugandan, this he was praying not for Uganda cranes alone but Uganda as a whole to overturn the 38 year curse of failing to excel at the last minute.

“I love watching football during my free time but cranes has for the last many years given me hypertension and stressful moments for only attempting and later disappointing Ugandans when ejected from the game by seemingly lousy teams. Our prayers have this time round been answered thanks be to God” the cleric said.

The prelate was however quick to remind all Ugandans to remain in prayers if Uganda cranes would bring us more joy and happiness not only in Afcon finals but also world cup qualifiers and other
international matches.

“Do not be anxious about anything, check but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus Philippians 4:6-7” he cited the bible adding that our team needs more support and prayers than ever before.

Bishop Naimanhye however challenges Ugandans to always support and celebrate responsibly with maximum conscious, love and respect for their lives.

“The worst experience is when celebrations turn into mourning, it’s always  good for us to realize that there is a purposeful life to live after every moment in life, we’re saddened with the families that lost their dear ones during the celebrations” he added.”

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