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Africa Has Spiritually Grown More Than Any Other Continent In The World – Museveni

President Museveni is honored to be present at Golden Jubilee celebrations of Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM), held at Lubaga Cathedral on Sunday.
All these bishops present here have brought blessings to Uganda. They all belong to Africa.

Africa has spiritually grown more than any other continent in the world, but reinforcing Africa’s spiritual position should be in consonance with Africa’s people’s economic welfare.

Christians and Muslims alike on the African continent should engage their flocks by sensitising them about the law of economic productivity.

Why is it that Africa with a population of 1.3 billion people, land with great wealth is not developed in comparison to Europe, which is four times less the size of Africa with a population of 320 million people be tremendously developed!

The reason is simple; culture. We are stuck in subsistence farming. Only working for the stomach not considering the element of money and accountability and profitability. Modern life is for money, economic evaluation and profitability of the economy,’said Museveni.

According to the book of Genesis, God created man mainly for two purposes; to multiply and fill the earth. God also created man with a mission to have dominion over nature for man’s needs like controlling disaster or disease. But man has only fulfilled the first mission- to multiply,’he said.

Religious leaders should now preach about multiplying talents and productivity to enhance Africans economic wellbeing,’Museveni said.

I want to welcome their eminences, their graces, their lordships, and thank all Christians for welcoming our guests that belong to the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM),’he added.

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