Dr. Hilary Bakamwesiga aspiring MP for Ndorwa West urge Christians to work hard and invest in profitable ventures

Dr. Hilary Bakamwesiga aspiring MP for Ndorwa West urge Christians to work hard and invest in profitable ventures

By Nathan Bahangwa

Dr. Hilary Bakamwesiga made a call to invest in profitable venture while addressing christians of Kyasano catholic church in Kyasano Kamuganguzi Ndorwa West constituency during the Christmas service

Mbona said that investments can be made in different profitable ways like educating children, agriculture and also to change what they have been doing that have not made good profits to change and engage in the new field.

He also urged the public to be security conscious especially during this festive season advising the public not to host people whom they don’t know saying that ADF is still Uganda and that they are seriously killing people.

Dr. Hilary has also called upon the public to be more careful as they purchase meat saying that there is an Anthrax outbreak and so they should buy meat which is well tested by responsible doctors in order not to get this disease of which he said is very dangerous to people’s lives.

Dr. Hilary Supported the choir of kyasano catholic church with twenty-five pieces of uniform which he handed over to them during the same service.

 

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