Religious News:Rev Wilson Kisekka elected new bishop of Luweero Diocese

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The Church of Uganda Provincial House of Bishops has elected Ven Rev Wilson Kisekka as the fourth Bishop of the Luweero Diocese, DailyExpress understands.


Ven Kisekka, according to the statement by the Anglican church will be consecrated as the Luweero Bishop on March 26, 2024, at St Mark Cathedral in Luweero Town Council.

Kisekka comes into take helm of the diocese which has been under Rtd Bishop of Mukono Diocese James Williams Ssebagala since July 18, 2023, when Archbishop Samuel Kaziimba made the appointment for the caretaker role as a substantial bishop is found.

Rev Can Muhoozi will succeed Bishop Stephen Namanya who retires on May 26, 2024, when he clocks the mandatory retirement age.

A holder of a diploma in Forestry (MUK), a Bachelor’s degree in Theology (UCU) and a Master’s Degree in Theology obtained at Kwazulu Natal University in South Africa (2008), Kisekka has served the Church in different capacities, including the position of Parish Priest at St Peters Church of Uganda Lugazi and Misindye Church of Uganda (Seeta) Archdeaconry.

He earlier served at Nakanyonyi Archdeaconry as Archdeacon before his transfer to Ndeeba Archdeaconry.

Unlike his predecessors, Kisekka will be taking over leadership from a caretaker Bishop appointed by the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda in July 2023 when the diocese failed to have a successful candidate for the office of the bishop at the time of Bishop Eridard Nsubuga’s retirement in July 2023.

Source:Daily Express Uganda

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