The Bishop of Lugazi Diocese Christopher Kakooza has eulogized the fallen Archbishop of Kampala, late Dr. Cyprian Lwanga as a man who is replaceable.
In a requiem Mass led by Kakooza, he told mourners who included the former Vice President Specioza Wandira Kazibwe, Minister for Youth and Children Affairs Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi and other religious leaders that the fallen bishop is irreplaceable.
The Dr. Lwanga was on Saturday found dead in his room. According to a post-mortem report from Mulago national referral hospital, Dr Lwanga succumbed to Ischemic heart disease following coronary heart thrombosis.
“Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga preached the word of God as it is. He was a voice to the voiceless. He was merciful and helped very many,” Bishop Kakooza said.
He said the archbishop was slow to anger, and he always sorted out his disagreements and walked in peace.
“Archbishop loved development and he created many projects. Namugongo shrine is because of him. The Lord has called Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga during the Easter season. We asked the Lord to grant him everlasting life,” Bishop Kakooza said.
St. Charles Lwanga Parish Kyabakadde was named after the fallen Archbishop following his immense contribution to the parish.
Eagle Online has also established that President Museveni has given Shs200 million as condolences to the family of the late Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.
Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, a Ugandan Roman Catholic prelate served as Archbishop of Kampala from 2006 to his death.