The Office of the NRM National Chairman (ONC), under the guidance of Senior Presidential Advisor Hajjat Hadijah Namyalo Uzeiye, hosted a heartfelt Thanksgiving Service on Saturday, January 6th.
The occasion was dedicated to expressing gratitude for the recovery of Uganda’s esteemed First Lady, Maama Janet Museveni, from her recent bout with COVID-19.
Saturday’s gathering, held at the Office of the NRM National Chairman, drew a diverse congregation of dignitaries, religious leaders, lawmakers, ministers, and citizens from all walks of life.
Leading the prayers were Rt. Rev. Nathan Ahimbisibwe, Bishop of South Ankole Diocese in the Church of Uganda, along with esteemed figures like Bishop Joshua Lwere and Sheikh Mahad Kakooza, joined by several other respected religious leaders.
Maama Janet Museveni had encountered the virus during the previous year’s Christmas holiday, prompting her immediate isolation and subsequent recovery.
Her resilience in overcoming the illness was celebrated with fervent prayers and expressions of gratitude during the service.
Among the notable attendees were; Ms. Molly Asiimwe, Ms. Robinah Rwakoojo, Ms. Sauda Alibaawo, Mr. Enock Nyongore, Ms. Namukuta Brenda, Ms. Chelin Betty, Ms. Miriam Mukhaye, Ms. Mary Begumisa, Ms. Irene Muloni, Mr. Mafabi David, Ms. Barbra Nabirye, Mr. Awich Pollar, Prof. Tarsis Kabwejere, Mayor Uhuru Salim, Lord Councillors from Kampala, members of the Central Executive Committee (CEC), as well as Ministers Judith Nabakooba and Diana Mutasingwa Kagyenyi.
The atmosphere was one of collective appreciation and solidarity, as individuals from various spheres of society came together to offer prayers and thanksgiving for the recovery of the First Lady.
This event exemplified the power of unity in the face of adversity and underscored the importance of communal support during challenging times.
As the service concluded, the prevailing sentiment was one of hope and resilience, with attendees expressing their continued support and well-wishes for Maama Janet Museveni’s continued health and strength.
The unity displayed during this gathering stands as a testament to Uganda’s unwavering spirit in facing challenges as a united nation.