KAMPALA: The found directectors of two young digital companies in Kampala – Parrotsug and VINASBusinesses expresses their gratitude to Bishop Lambert Bainomugisha who is set to be installed as new Archbishop of the Mbarara Eclessiatical Province.
In a congratulatory message by the Parrotsug, using the Biblical illusions derived from the gospel of Saint Matthew.22:14, Parrotsug cherished Bishop Bainomugisha as God’s chosen shepherd to take care of His flocks in and outside Mbarara Archdiocese. “For many are called but few are chosen,” goes scripture illusions in Matt. 22:14 which the Parrotsug used.
Nashaba Victor, the founder of VINASBusinesses appealed to the new Archbishop to embrace the dynamisms of ICT in his pastoral reign in Mbarara Archdiocese while expressing emotions of the faithful not attending the canonical possession due to the effects of COVID-19.
“Congratulations Archbishop Lambert upon the canonical possession of Mbarara Archdiocese. Probably at a time when we can’t fully embrace you at the hill of Nyamitanga but thanks to the technology. Our prayer is that technology will be fully embraced in your reign as new way of evangelisation,” Nashaba appealed.
VINASBusinesses is a computer enterprise & Auditing company dealing in Business Audits, Computer Graphics, web designing & developing, digital marketing, LOGO designing, multimedia activities among others.
Leonard Kamugisha AKIDA, founder of Parrotsug an online News publication asked for spiritual guidance in Archbishop Bainomugisha’s new vocation.
“As you take up this honor, may the Holy spirit guide you always to do his will. Congratulations our very own Archbishop Mbarara Archdiocese, we love you.” prayed Leonard.
Similarly, the duo hailed retiring Archbishop Paul Kamuza Bakyenga for thegreater achievements contributed towards building a strong Mbarara Archdiocese such as the establishment of the University of Saint Josephs – Mbarara, Holy Innocent Children’s hospital, establishment of diocesan media platforms, increasing on the numbers of the Priests and other religious men and women in the diocese to mention but a few.
They pledged to keep praying for him in his retirement.
“Gray hair is a crown of splendor; it is attained in the way of righteousness.” Proverbs.16:31.
“Congratulations Archbishop Bakyenga upon clocking your canonical retirement age limit. Retirement is another adventure. As you go in this new phase of life, may you enjoy the best fruits that life has to offer. We pray for your good health and courage to live happily in your new turned page,” said Parrotsug and VINASBusinesses.
On April 25th,2020, the news of Pope FrancisI appointment of Bishop Lambert Bainomugisha as the new Archbishop of Mbarara Archdiocese made circulations in the media.
The Popal Nuncio in Uganda Luigi Bianco broke the goods news and it all became accepted when Archbishop Bakyenga held a press conference at the Hill of Nyamitanga to confirm the appointment. In the letter, the Pope also accepted the retirement of Archbishop Paul K Bakyenga who had clocked the recommended canonical age of 75years.
June20th,2020 (today) was chosen as the day for the appointed Archbishop Lambert Bainomugisha to take a canonical possession as he takes over office and Archbishop Bakyenga goes into benefiting his graceful retirement.
According to the program released by Mbarara Archdiocese Communications desk, a few people shall attend the canonical possession of installing Archbishop Bainomugisha due to the measures of COVID-19.
The Eucharistic Mass will be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Nyamitanga Cathedral, Nyamitanga hill Mbarara district.
Distinguished guests such as the Pope Nuncio, Episcopal Bishops, representatives from the central & local gov’ts and a few faithful are expected to attend.