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Archbishop Kaziimba Condemns Russian Invasion to Ukraine


The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda The Most Rev Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu has strongly condemned the ongoing war in Ukraine has he gives his stand on Russian invasion to Ukraine.

While preaching at St Peter’s Cathedral Nyakatare on Sunday, Archbishop Kaziimba Mugalu said that it was wrong for Vladimir Putin to say that his work is to send people to God to determine their punishment.

Vladimir Putin is reported to have said this recently after he was quoted in media that he said he does not regret killing people in Ukraine war because it’s his duty to do it.

According to Archbishop Kazimba, all human beings were created in the image of God and no one should boast about killing others because Almighty God is the Supreme Judge.

However, Archbishop Kaziimba Mugalu who ended his pastoral tour of Diocese of Kinkizi said that it was unfortunate of an international leader of repute to make such outrageous remarks.

Archbishop Kaziimba Mugalu said as a Christians, they will continue to pray for end of conflict between Russia and Ukraine where hundreds of people have lost lives.

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