Bishop Ahimbisibwe tasks candidates to ensure peace & stability ahead of 2021 elections

NEWS– The Bishop of the South Ankole Diocese, the Rt Rev Nathan Ahimbisibwe, has urged all believers to follow Christ’s footsteps as the only way to be near to Him.

Bishop Ahimbisibwe noted that some Christians are sub marine ones who forsake Jesus Christ and taken by World treasurers but commended Lay canon Yosia Turyamuhika Banushu served Jesus Christ till of his breath which everyone should emulate.

The Bishop flanked by Ven Rev Canon Milton Turyashaba the Archdeacon Bwongyera, priests, lay readers, lay canons and other church leaders said this today during the burial of Lay canon Yosia Turyamuhika Banushu in Kyaruhuuga Nyamunuuka Town council Kajara county Ntungamo district.

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Bishop Ahimbisibwe asked all mourners to come near to God if they are to live happily for eternal life.

The wife Justin described her husband late canon Yosia Turyamuhika Banushu as cooperative, saved, soft spoken, determined who served God and church heartedly during his life.

She thanked all her children for nursing their father during sickness and burial and all people who supported the family.

The Nyamunuuka Town council chairperson Sadara Keibanda Kahindi commended the deceased for walking the talk and actions of salvation and tasked the general public to embrace government programs.

The LCIII chairman Kebisoni sub county Charles Kahanyi told the mourners that Death comes to all, but great achievements build a monument which shall endure until the sun grows cold as late lay canon Yosia Turyamuhika Banushu did during his lifetime.

Kahanyi appealed to children that in order to maintain the legacy of the family they first conquer their anger and pride saying that to be conquered by self is of all things most shameful and vile.

The head of the family Matsiko and Able Banushu thanked lay canon Turyamuhika Banushu for attracting all siblings to love the church and work for it.

Able Banushu advised all children to Keep united for the sustainability of the family.

All children led Grace and Dan thanked the bishop for considering their father to be honored as lay canon.

They asked for prayers, solidarity and love towards their mother among themselves.

The head of laity led Danson Twinomujuni the head of laity Bwongyera Archdeaconry hailed Bishop South Ankole Diocese the RT Rev Nathan Ahimbisibwe for accepting to install the late canon Yosia Turyamuhika as lay canon who served as head of laity Bwongyera parish for 33 years.

The late Lay canon Yosia Turyamuhika Banushu 69 yrs succumbed to stroke, left a widow, eight children and grandchildren.