Retired Arch-Bishop Orombi Urges Court Officials to Serve the Public Diligently


Share post:

The retired Arch Bishop of the Church of Uganda, Henry Luke Orombi has asked judicial officers, administrative staff, advocates, and other court users of the high court and chief Magistrates court in Mubende High Court to serve the public diligently because Psalms 23 guarantees Jesus’ presence with them.

Arch Bishop Orombi made these remarks while on his way to Kasese, after making a brief stopover at Mubende High Court on November 14, 2023, where he interacted with the resident Judge Moses Kazibwe Kawumi, Acting Deputy Registrar His worship Rogers Kinobe, Assistant Registrar His worship Dr. Daniel Lubowa and the Chief Magistrate her worship Carol Kabugho Byakutaga among others.

“Always put God first in all your endeavors, to enable you serve with humility and diligently, and I appeal to court users to constantly share your viewers your views with the head of other authorities at the court so that grievances are solved in time and not left to escalate,” said Arch Bishop Orombi.

Judge Kazibwe Resident Judge applauded the Arch Bishop, for considering a stopover at the court and requested that he briefly give them a talk and bless them.

“We appreciate the rare opportunity you have accorded us here at the court and accepting to share counsel, bless us and our workplace,” said Judge Kazibwe.

The archbishop concluded his brief visit by blessing all members present and promised to always make a stop over since the court is on the highway to Kasese where he was headed for a one-week mission.

Related articles

PSFU Vows to Plant One Million Trees by 2025

The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has kicked off an initiative that will see different actors in the...

Bank of England: Increased Rates are to Impact an Already Fragile Economy

The Bank of England cautioned on Wednesday, December 6, 2023, that although household finances are doing better than...

African Female Leaders: Maria Matembe a Ugandan Politician, Women’s Rights Activist

Maria Matembe is a prominent Ugandan politician and women's rights activist whose contributions have had a significant impact...

LOP’s Rejoinder in Missing Persons Case Fails to Address Government Statement, Exposing Opposition’s Dishonesty

The Leader of Opposition (LOP) in Parliament, Mathias Mpuuga, has failed to prove the existence of several people...