Lubaga Parish Donates Relief Items to Christians and Non Christians
As Covid 19 continue to terrorise the country,many Ugandans have found it hard to put food on table as most businesses remain closed. It has been a great day for Christians and non Christians, as Lubaga Parish in conjunction with the Good Samaritan ministry gave out relief items to the community,
The donated items include food,soap,salt,posho,among others. Most of these items were donated by the Samaritans and other faithful Christians (names withheld) to the vulnerable community dwellers hit by COVID19 second Lockdown. The Cause was Spearheaded By Rev Fr Achilles Mayanja the Cathedral Administrator.
This work of Mercy was flagged off by Rev fr Stephen Mayanja the Ass. Cathedral Administrator and Mrs Nabaggala Grace the Head Good Samaritan ministry Lubaga Cathedral Parish.In their words, Christians were thankful to God and the good hearted people for the items received. “We thank God for his endless Love and also thank him for his good people” one of the recipients was quoted saying.
Meanwhile,Authorities in Uganda began disbursing cash Thursday to vulnerable Ugandans affected by the country’s second coronavirus lockdown to buy food. Each person is being given 100,000 shillings ($28). The money is being distributed through mobile money services to the phones of the poor and those who are not working after the lockdown, which was announced by President Yoweri Museveni on June 6.