News that reached our desk this morning indicates that Bishop Steven Kazimba Mugalu, was fully elected as the 9th Archbishop of the Anglican church of Uganda.
Bishop Steven Kazimba is taking over from Stanley Ntagali, who decided to ask for retirement from active service just like his predecessor, retired Bishop Henry Luke Orombi.
However, following Anglican norms, the House of Bishops, which elects Archbishops, has intersected at the Provincial Office of the Church of Uganda, Namirembe.
It was on Wednesday morning 28th if August when Bishop Kazimba Mugalu from Mityana, was elected as the Archbishop of the Anglican Church.
During the interview on NTV Uganda, the newly elected archbishop narrated the whole story about his spiritual lifestyle up to when he succeeded to such a great honor.
Who is Steven Kazimba Mugalu
He was born on 15th August 1962 in Gulama- Najja Village Kyaggwe, by Mr Kaddu Besweri and Ms Nanyonjo Jessica.
He was baptized by Baddokwaya Canon at St. Luke Kibuye and given a confirmation by Bishop Kawuma Misaeri on 22nd September 1979 in Kyaggwe, then in November 1979, he started teaching Sunday school kids, while in High school.
He ministered in church as a catechist between 1981 and 1983, after joining Madudu church choir in 1980.
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