KAMPALA, UGANDA – The retired Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Stanley Ntagali has taken to twitter to apologize to the church, his family, wife and other faithfuls following his suspension from church duties over adultery with married woman.
“I would like to apologise for my actions. As we all know, we live in bodies that are prone to sin but as the bible teaches forgiveness, it is in these trying times that we (Church of Uganda) must walk the talk,” reads one of the posts on Ntagali’s twitter account.
Ntagali added “I apologise to my family, the church of Uganda, the whole christian fraternity and most importantly repent to the most high. Nothing can be done to account for or take away this but the blood of Christ.”
Ntagali was on Tuesday was suspended from performing any church related duties for involvement in an extra-marital affair with a married woman.
This called for several critics from Ugandans after landing on the information as confirmedby the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda the Most Rev. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu in his letter dated 13th January to the Anglican Bishops under the Global Anglican Future Conference- GAFCON.
Several Ugandans have criticised Church of Uganda for embarassing the Retired Archbishop by circulating current Archbishop Rev. Kaziimba’s letter to members of the public.
A deleted post on Church of Uganda’s Official Facebook read thus: The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, on behalf of the Church of Bishops, confirms the truth of his statement to the Church of Uganda about his predecessor, the 8th Archbishop of Uganda who has acknowledged having an extra-marital affair.