Robbers Vandalize Chapel, steal property!

Robbers Vandalize Chapel, steal property!

Robbers Vandalize Chapel, steal property!

It’s a sad mood at Nswanjere Junior Seminary in Kampala Archdiocese after the robbers Vandalized the Chapel Sunday night.

As stated in the official statement released on Monday March 20th by the Kampala Archdiocese Chancellor Fr. Pius Male Ssentumbwe, robbers vandalised the chapel, stole some property and injured Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Mukukule and Bro. John Bosco Mwaasa who are providentially in stable condition.

“During this cruel incidence the Tabernacle was unfortunately deconsecrated. Because of this act of violation, the Archbishop summons all people of God into a Triduum of prayer for an act of reparation. These three days of reparation will begin on today Tuesday the 21st of March to Thursday the 23rd of March 2023,” the statement reads.

His Grace Paul Ssemogerere the Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese has asked Christians to join in prayer to pray for healing, repentance and restitution of God’s Glory.

On each of the days Christians are requested to set aside an hour for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

This is now the second case of robbery in a space of three weeks since the previous case at Kasozi Parish, Kisansa Local Council, Katuntu Ward in Rakai Town Council, Masaka Diocese where thieves stole valuable items.


Nswanjere Junior Seminary was founded in 1964 by Archbishop Joseph Kiwanuka to act as a nursery bed for priestly vocations.

Catholic boys between the ages of 9 and 13 years are admitted in Primary four, and Primary five to not only help them decern their calling to the Priesthood but to mould them into all-round, academically competent, morally upright and spiritually sound citizens of society.