John Nazareth writes that during the pre-Independence Election of 1962 (when the Kabaka Yekka – UPC alliance got elected), the Kisubi Parish Church was ransacked at night and the Blessed Sacrament tabernacle was broken into and the Host was stolen. In SMACK we were afraid that the same thing would happen there. So Anthony Carvalho and I – both sacristans – volunteered to sleep in the sacristy to give an alarm in case our Chapel was attacked. We slept there for 2 years even a few months in the office of the new church built. At that point after it was clear that things had cooled down, we went back to sleeping in our dormitories.