West Lango Bishop Elect Preaches Reconciliation On Arrival in Diocese

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“Key on what we should start with is the duty to teach and promote unity, and sharing together good ideas that can development West Lango Diocese and our faith,” Bishop Elect Nina told more than 2000 residents who had turned up to grace his arrival.

Reverend Julius Caesar Nina, the Bishop-elect of West Lango Diocese has asked Christians to remain united and embrace reconciliation.

Bishop Nina arrived at the West Lango Diocese Headquarters on Friday to prepare for his consecration which will take place on December 15th at St Peter's Cathedral- Aduku town, Kwania district. 


 
Bishop Nina and his family members was welcomed by jubilant Christians from Kamdini town in Oyam district and escorted to the diocesan headquarters in Aduku town Kwania district.

   
  At the Diocesan headquarters, Bishop Nina who was welcomed by the outgoing Bishop Rev Alfred Acur Okodi urged Christians to remain united and embrace reconciliation to promote the Kingdom of God.   


"Key on what we should start with is the duty to teach and promote unity, and sharing together good ideas that can development West Lango Diocese and our faith," Bishop-Elect Nina told more than 2000 residents who had turned up to grace his arrival.    Luo sound:   
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Rev. Alfred Acur Okodi, the outgoing West Lango Diocese described Bishop-elect Rev Nina as calm and a happy man of God.  


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Robert Nkunde, the Chairperson Laity at Kiryandongo Archdeacon in Masindi Kitara Diocese described Nina's election as a divine call from God.  



Margaret Atim, 72, a resident of Aduku town council says she was excited to receive the incoming Bishop saying they are ready to work with him. 


Richard Ogwang Odyero, the chairperson Laity of West Lango Diocese says they are searching for 600 million shillings for the installation ceremony.        

 

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Ronald Odongo
Ronald Odongo is the URN Bureau Chief Lira, Northern Uganda.A multimedia Journalist, Media trainer and investigative enthusiast. Lira,Apac,Dokolo,Oyam, Kwania, Otuke, Amolatar,and Alebtong districts fall under his docket. Odongo has been a URN staff member since 2012 though he had been a contributor since 2006.

Odongo started out as a bicycle reporter for Radio Unity in 2004. He was Radio Rhino FM's senior reporter, Luo news anchor and station producer between 2006 and 2011. Odongo started out as a freelance writer for Uganda Radio Network in 2006.

Odongo is particularly interested in reporting on community health, and education concerns. Good governance and human rights beats are dear to Odongo as a former Lord’s Resistance Army rebels captive 1996-1998.