COU bishops convene to discuss Ntagali’s adultery case
Last Updated on: 28th January 2021, 10:45 am
The House of Bishops is expected to find an everlasting solution to the Ntagali sex saga, and to clean the already tainted image of the Anglican Church in Uganda.
Kampala—28, January 2021: Last week, the retired Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali confessed to adultery, asking God to forgive him.
The shock news, many had perceived as ‘fake’ was soon found to be authentic after the Man of God himself confirmed eating the forbidden fruit.
According to the latest information Thursday, the Church of Uganda bishops have now gathered at Lweza Training and Conference Centre in Kampala. The meeting is primarily to discuss the allegation of adultery against the former Archbishop.
As quoted by the Daily Monitor, Ntagali’s successor, Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, said: “The meeting is tomorrow [today] and we have a number of issues to discuss. The matter of the retired archbishop is part of the issues we are going to discuss.”
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“Some bishops have quietly questioned the manner in which Archbishop Kaziimba has handled the issue, in the media glare, and his countryside engagement with interested parties without first tabling the matter for consideration by the House of Bishops,” Daily Monitor further reports.
As the Chair of the House of Bishop’s sittings, the Men of God is expected to find an everlasting solution to the Ntagali sex saga, and to clean the already tainted image of the Anglican Church in Uganda.
After his external sex saga was leaked out, the former Archbishop apologised. “I would like to apologise for my actions as we all know we live in bodies that are prone to sin but as the bible teaches forgiveness, it is in these trying times that we (Church of Uganda) must walk the talk.”
“I apologise to my family, the church of Uganda, the whole Christian fraternity and most importantly repent to the most high.”
“Nothing can be done to account for or takeaway this but the blood of Christ.”
Soon, his successor, Archbishop Kasimba Mugalu, asked Ugandans to pray, instead of making fun of Ntagali’s mistake.