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“You tried So hard to sabotage my appointment but I forgive You”-Bishop Kagoddo.

The new bishop of Mukono diocese, Enos Kitto Kagoddo, has publicly announced that he has pardoned his brother Moses Kalule Kasujja who worked around the clock to prevent him from being elected Bishop of Mukono diocese.
Kitto was speaking at the mass which was organized by his family members and friends at Nangwa village in Mukono, his country home. The prayers were intended to thank God for the son of the soil to have been elected as a Bishop.
While speaking to the mammoth crowd, Bishop Enos Kitto Kagodo, forgave his history family members especially ambassador Moses Kalule Kasujja for spearheading his downfall in the race.
Kitto revealed that It was not easy on his side because he had both internal and external forces fighting him and it was worse that the lead force was from his family.
“It really pained me that the forces that fought me were family members, but I forgive them and I call them to join me as members so that we move on” Said Kitto.
The genesis of the war that has lasted for several years and it is over the family land situated at Nangwa village, which Ambassador Kalule says that it belonged to his late father Paul Kalule Kagodo.
But likes of Enos Kitto and others contested the ownership of the land saying that the land is for the family that’s why the family sat and selected Enos Kitto and a one Sekakande to be on the land title as custodians of land, and the act annoyed ambassador Kalule since then the two are parallel.
Amb. Kalule has been battling with Kagodo in courts of law and other government institutions, but he has been losing, and the previous incident he ran to the House of bishops with intentions to stop Kitto’s appointment as Bishop of Mukono but all was in vain.
He tried as much as possible to convince the men of God that Kitto is a land grabber who doesn’t fit such a big office in the diocese, but he didn’t succeed.
According to a family member, who preferred anonymity, he revealed us that the late rebel leader Kalule Kagodo built his house on the family land therefore they don’t qualify to own it alone and they don’t have any problem with his house because he is also a member of the family, the issue ambassador Kalule the land solely.
Bishop Enos Kitto Kagodo, also apologized to the people he used to manhandle while he was enforcing the law as Nangwa village chairperson in the early 90s.
Kalule Kasujja formerly worked at former radio Uganda currently UBC radio, Served as NRM publicity secretary in Mukono and Buikwe and currently is Uganda’s deputy ambassador in Turkey.

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