Archbishop Lwanga asked people to emulate the good qualities of Kaweesi (Courtesy Photo)

Archbishop Lwanga questions role crime preventers play in crime prevention

Ayiswa Issa Monday, 20 March 2017 - 11:17pm National

Archbishop Cyprian Lwanga has questioned the role crime preventers play in the country.

Lwanga Monday was at Lubaga Cathedral for the funeral rights of fallen AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

The Archbishop begged to learn: "We have crime preventers, am I right? It's high time they started doing what they are paid for."

Lwanga went ahead to warn Kaweesi's killers.

He cited the Bible: "Murder is against 10 commandments of God. Life is a precious gift from God, nobody wishes for death."

Archbishop Lwanga advised: "We must attend to our hunger for righteousness the same way we do with food and water."

He continued: "Cyprian: The quality of life is much more important than the number of years lived."

The Archbishop likened: "Kaweesi had great humility.Let us emulate his character and his spirit of service.'

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