Sunday, 22 February 2015

KIWANUKA KITUUKA’S PRAYER IF MUSEVENI SWEARS IN AS PRESIDENT IN 2016


Good Lord, I thank You for my 55 years.  However Dear Lord, 42 of the years I have been alive have been impacted on greatly by Museveni.  The future is so uncertain as there seems no good hope that he will leave office in May 2016.

We have seen a lot under Museveni.  We are told that You are the one Who endorses leaders, but God, Why Don’t you give us a change for the better?

Good Lord, I for one cannot stand Museveni’s leadership after May 2016.
I kindly request You to terminate my life then if he swears in as President of Uganda for the 7th term of Office should I happen to be alive.

Good Lord, in 1991, I was victimized by a Minister of in Museveni’s Government after a Uganda Electricity Board Account was fraudulently opened in the bank where I was working and, the scheme was made to sacrifice me.  

After that, my struggle to make communication to survive is all intercepted and I am suffering the consequences. I see my continued stay useless under Museveni’s administration.

I thank You because You grant my wishes.

AMEN.

THE AUDITOR GENERAL’S REPORTS FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS ARE ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO SHOW HOW MUSEVENI’S ADMINISTRATION IS SIMPLY A LIABILITY TO UGANDA.

From the reports of the Auditor General for a number of years, I surely believe that it is only an ignorant person or possibly a beneficiary of the fraud and corruption in the NRM Government that can surely and confidently vote President Museveni come 2016. 

Monday, 2 February 2015

THE GRAND CHILDREN OF THE LATE BESUEL KIWANUKA BRUCE SSEBAYIZZI & PENINA NALWOGA GRADUATE FROM MAKERERE UNIVERSITY 2015

REFERENCES FROM THE BIBLE RELEVANT TO THE GRADUATES

Genesis         28: 10 – 22

Psalm             23

Luke               17: 11 – 19 (Ten healed of Leprosy but one returned to thank Jesus)

Matthew       9: 16 (new patch on old cloth)

Matthew       13: 1 – 23 (Parable of the Sower)

Matthew       13: 44 (Parable of the Hidden treasure)

Matthew       25: 14 – 30 (the parable of the talents)

Luke               10: 25 – 37 (The parable of the Good Samaritan)

Luke               15: 11 – 32 (The parable of the lost son)

Proverbs       2: 1 – 5 (moral benefits of wisdom)

Psalm             146: 1 – 2 (Praise the Lord)

Psalm             121: 1 – 2 (Where does my help come from)

Psalm             118: 1 (Give thanks to the Lord)

Psalm             103: 1 – 5 (Praise to God)

Psalm             71: 1 – 8 (taking refuge in God).

1 Peter 5:7 - “He careth for you” – the guidance to us the children by Late Besuel Ssebayizzi Kiwanuka (BSK).

HYMNS

1.      Katonda tumwebaze       N’enyimba ez’amatendo           372 (182)
2.      Yesu musumba wange    Bulijjo ansanyusa                           361 (287)
3.      Nsanyukira ekigambo kino         Yesu mukama atwagala 343 (145)
4.      Nalyoka ne nkuseng ggwe        Omulokozi Katonda         338 (254)
5.      Nnina omukwano gwange, ye Yasooka okwagala nze 332 (240)
6.      Bwe ntambulira mu kkubo         Yesu ankulembera            321 (273)
7.      Yesu, Sikyali ku bwange  Nze ndi muddu wo buddu         307 (251)

Penina and her friend shortly after arriving at Sissa.

This one delivered Penina to Sissa.


Aunt Joyce with Penina




Grand mother and host Mrs Penina Nabumba Kiwanuka takes some readings from the Bible.

Congratulations to Penina.

Congratulations to Bruce

Serving at the High Table

That is Penina's smile.
Penina seated next to the lady who accompanied her to Sissa as grand father Lutwama enjoys his lunch.



Penina tells those present what she studied at University

Bruce was briefing the gathering what it was reading to get a 2nd Class Upper degree. 

Katunda addressing the gathering on behalf of the mother of Bruce.

Grand father Lutwama addresses the gathering

Preparing to cut cakes.

Penina cuts a cake with grand mother


Aunt Alice claps as grand mother cuts a cake with Bruce 


Bruce with Penina cut a cake with their grand mother Penina Kiwanuka.

Aunt Margret congratulates Bruce

Aunt Margaret with Penina before giving her a present. 

Katunda poses with the graduates after giving them presents.

Grand parents: Mr. Lutwama & Mr. Kalugye



Jajja Maama Naba (Mrs Lutwama)

For many years Bruce has stayed with the group which includes Jacob, Saulo and Phiona


Bruce & Penina pose for a photo with their Aunt Alice.


Simon who is in his final year at Nkumba University poses for a photo with Bruce & Penina.


Penina & Bruce take a photo with Grandma Penina Kiwanuka

Grand children & Great Grand children take a photo with Grand mother Mrs Penina Kiwanuka.
Katunda (right) with the friends he came with to the function

Presents to Penina & Bruce


Mrs Lutwama with her grand children (David Kituuka's daughters)