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You will be accountable to IGG of heaven- Archbishop tells public servants


Jul 13, 2019

By Diana Kibuuka

During his first official visit to offices of the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) on Thursday, Archbishop of the church of Uganda, the most Reverend Stanley Ntagali implored all public servants to desist from corrupt tendencies, saying such acts are sickness of self-centredness. “Most of you are only scared of the Inspectorate of Government but i need to assure you, there’s an IGG of heaven who is watching you day and night as you swindle public funds,” remarked Archbishop Ntagali.
The most Reverend Ntagali also noted that some members of different organisations or companies intentionally work for downfall of respective entities. “Whether you keep coming late for work or swindle money, bear it in mind that one day you’ll be accountable to the most high God,” the archbishop warned.
Extracting his preaching from the book of John 15:1, his grace Ntagali implored UCAA staff to remain attached to Christ and exhibit the same character in their daily lives.
The clergy led by archbishop Stanley Ntagali and CAA staff represented by deputy director general Fred Bamwesigye cutting a cake made in form of a fire fighting truck
Dr. Tom Davis Wasswa the manager in charge of marketing and commercial services appreciated Ntagali’s stewardship of the church, recognising the archbishop’s decision against what he termed as immoral behaviour, as had been fronted by leaders from the Western part of the world.
Fred Bamwesigye the UCAA deputy director general expressed pleasure for the archbishop’s “landmark visit,” which he described as the first of it’s kind. “His grace has always flown in and out of the country via Entebbe airport, but not at a single point has he or any other sitting archbishop, toured around the premises nor our offices,” observed Bamwesigye. He added that, the archbishop’s visit marks a beginning of many future interactions and a blessings to UCAA’s work of serving users of airport facilities.
The clergy led by the Archbishop Stanley Ntagali having a photo moment with staff of Civil Aviation Authority
The deputy director general explained about ongoing expansion works of the airport noting that, a cargo centre was expanded to accommodate 100,000 tonnes of cargo from 59,000 tonnes. “While the current capacity for the airport caters for a maximum of two million passengers a year, by the end of 2021, Entebbe airport will have capacity to handle 3.5million passengers a year,” assured Bamwesigye.
“In terms of other developments, the CAA Amendment Act 2019 was assented to, by the president, changing the company name from CAA to Uganda Civil Aviation Authority which grants inspectors unrestricted access to inspect aerodromes and aircraft without prior notice, declared Bamwesigye.

The archbishop’s official visit of Entebbe airport was climaxed with cutting of a cake and lunch at Protea hotel. Among other clergy who attended the function, was Canon Jonathan Kisawuzi of Entebbe archdeaconry, Johnbosco Kalungi of St. Johns church, Rev Samuel Atabua, Rev. Samuel Werishe among others.

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