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Minister Nabakooba Gives Spiritual Sector Some Hope

Minister for Information and Communication Technology, Judith Nabakooba has given the spiritual sector some hope. She promised that the number of Christians could be increased if religious leaders comply with the Standard Operating Procedure.

This is some good news to churches and mosques since they complained that 70 is a very unrealistic number of people to pray.

Nabakooba said this while speaking to the press. She  commended religious leaders for adhering to health SOPs. She promised that if they continue like this, the number will most likely be increased sooner.

Religious leaders especially from the christian sector expressed their disagreement on the decided number of people to pray. Most of them complained that the number they gave them is actually the number of those who serve in Church.

Nevertheless, on Friday and Sunday, mosques and churches operated anyway. Definitely prayers don’t feel like they used to because of the new normal. Two people per pew, masks on every face, fear of another neighbor and more. For this matter some churches too deemed it right not to open for now.

They said there is no way they could have only 70 people because they wouldn’t know how to select who prays and who waits. Most of them are waiting for the president to increase the number the next time he will speak. Currently, the spiritual sector is still taking advantage of social Media, Televisions and Radios to reach their sheep.

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