Religious leaders calls their fellows to sensitize their flock on how to use roads responsibily.
Several Churches in Kabale have held special prayer s amid increased road accidents on the Kabale roads.
On Thursday, 10 people died and nine were injured in a fatal accident which occurred at Kabaraga in Kabale.
The accident was involved by Akamba Coach from Nairobi to Kigali and a FUSO truck loading matooke traders heading to Ntungamo.
Bishop Aloysius Kiiza, of Lift Up Jesus, says as a church the leaders should feel guilty for failing to guide their flock on how to control and avoid road accidents.
Kiiza says most of those dying on the road accidents are their church members who die ignorantly.
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The Bishop says every church should consider intergrading traffic messages in the sermons. He says since the beginning of this year they have lost more than 10 church members.
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Bishop George Katwesigye of Kigezi Diocese holds also held special prayers for the families of those died in the Thursday Kabale road accident.
He asked government to take a keen interests on traffic and mitigate the increased accidents mainly on the Kabale – Kampala roads.
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