The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Stephen Mugalu Kaziimba has praised the works of Livingstone Mpalanyi Nkoyoyo saying he was visionary and a man of many abilities.
He was speaking at the inaugural Archbishop Nkoyoyo Memorial Lecture. Nkoyoyo passed on in February 2018.
“The Late Archbishop Nkoyoyo was multi-talented, from being a Mechanic to ordained Minister and later Archbishop. He was very generous. He identified people’s gifts and empowered them. He sent me to Nakanyonyi to study a Lay Reader’s course and mentored me in ministry,” Kaziimba said.
The lecture was held at Uganda Martyrs Anglican Site in Namugongo.
Nkoyoyo who served as Archbishop between 1995-2004, was the vision bearer of the development of the Uganda Martyrs Anglican Site, Namugongo to a world class faith based tourism one.
Kaziimba Maama Ruth Nkoyoyo for keeping her late husband’s legacy alive by living an exemplary life.
President Yoweri Museveni was represented at the event by Energy Minister, Ruth Nankabirwa. The Archbishop thanked Museveni for the support he has given the project.