Former Archbishop Orombi Appeals To Political Parties Over IPOD Summit After eight years of heads of political parties failing to meet under IPOD Summit.
Former Archbishop Luke Orombi has called for dialogue and help to shape the common good.
Henry Luke Orombi is a former Archbishop of Uganda and Bishop of Kampala from 2004 until his retirement in December 2012.
Commenting on the coming IPOD Summit, Archbishop Orombi said that’s the way to go.
“Each political party leader is called by God and they have responsibility of coming together for the sake of the people they lead”.
Orombi said Uganda is doing well compared to other countries.
He said under the Inter-religious council of Uganda, different religious leaders meet and talk.
” We have common needs, our people want to live in peace and other issues like health after we go to our different places of worship”.
Orombi said there shouldn’t be a difference with Uganda’s political parties coming together for the sake of the people they lead”.
He said to be a leader, you earn trust of people. After assuming office these leaders must listen to each other. “You can never tell what comes out of such meetings.
Your contribution can help common good”. Archbishop Orombi appealed to all parties to attend IPOD summit for the sake of Ugandans.