Kampala Archdiocese is mourning the death of Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga who was found dead at his house on Saturday morning.
In a statement issued by Fr. Pius Ssentumbwe, he condoled with the clergy, religious and Lay Faithful of Kampala Archdiocese and the family of the late Archbishop.
President Yoweri Museveni also joined to mourn the death of the Archbishop sending his message pf condolences to the religious faithfuls.
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“With profound grief, I have learnt of the death of Kampala Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga. I join the Catholic Church, all religious faithful, and the country in mourning Archbishop Lwanga. He has died in faith. May God grant his soul eternal repose.” Said President Museveni.
Opposition leader Bobi Wine also expressed the loss as a dark day for the Catholic Church terming it as a hard loss to cope.
“It is a dark day for the Catholic Church, and a dark day for Uganda. I’ve learnt with shock about the sudden death of His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, the Archbishop of Kampala. It will be very hard to cope with this unimaginable loss.” Said Bobi Wine.