Written by Evans Wafula (Uganda)
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More than 40 members of a Gospel church in Bulambuli District popularly known as triple six are still lavishing in jail for allegedly boycotting the recently concluded National child immunization program.
The area RDC has threatened to ban the church activities in his area for misleading members to go against the national immunization program.
The Bulambuli District resident’s commissioner Wamoto Nabendeh on Tuesday morning said that he has written a letter to the president and copied to the prime minister and the concerned parties requesting for abolishment of the triple six churches from Bulambuli.
Wamoto said that the church has been deceiving people in to bad believes and leading them into unlawful activities like boycotting medication, schooling and treatment among others which calls for a quick action against its leaders.
Elsewhere in Mbale, the spokes person at the Inzu Ya Bamasaaba John Musila has questioned the youths in Bugisu Sub Region who are getting circumcised in this year’s Imbalu against interfering with the Business community by begging for money on the streets from even the non Bamasaba as they dance to Kadodi.
Musila said that it is a taboo for the Mumasaba preparing to face Imbalu to go begging or solicit money from the non Bamasaaba adding that those dancing Kadodi through the town attracting big crowds are causing confusion and loses to businesses in town.
He said that whoever that will be caught in such behavior shall face the law adding that the Inzu Ya Bamasaaba shall not be held responsible for any of such misconducts during the Imbalu season.
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