Monday, 28 March 2016


The Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga was the main Celebrant at the function where a number of Brothers were for 1st Profession, Perpetual Profession and Jubilee Celebrations. Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala was present, Bishop Baharagate, Msgr. Kasibante - the Vicar General as well as the Superior General of Brothers of Christian Instruction.

 Hon. Matia Kasaija

Hon. Matia Kasiaja who represented the Central Government said that he had been classmate of Brother Kafeero in 1963. He said that the Brother Provincial should inform him of any financial requirements of Brother Kafeero's treatment so that they can come to his assistance. Kasaija said that whatever it takes for Brother Kafeero to live comfortably, it will be met for the rest of his life. He will only need to be contacted (Hon. Kasaija).

Matt Kiggundu was called in by Hon. Kasaija and he emphasized the pledge to help in treating Brother Kafeero their former classmate. Kiggundu said that Kafeero was good at a number of areas which among others included: Playing the Organ, Swimming, Mathematics, Fine Art. So, Matt asked Bro. Kafeero to share a bit of his gifts. Brother Kafeero was very generous, he could help others and they learnt concentration on studies from him. Kiggundu said that Brother Kafeero's Classmates were committed to look after him until God calls him. That he was the only classmate of theirs who has remained committed and religious.

David Mpanga

Owek. Dennis Walusimbi Sengendo - Minister of Information and Communication in Buganda Government, as well as the official spokesman represented Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga and the Katikkiro said that he is what he is because of the Catholic Church and the Brothers of Christian Instruction. he congratulated the Brothers for the achievements over the years. He thanked Brother Kafeero for admitting him to St. Mary's College Kisubi.

Archbishop Cyprian Lwanga with Msgr. Kasibante

Bishop Bagarahate

Brother Kafeero helped out of Church

Cardinal Wamala

Dr. Semambo of NAGRIC. 


In Church at St. Mary's College Kisubi Chapel

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