DOM KIZITO LWANGA DEPLORA A ATUAL VIOLÊNCIA EM KAMPALA —- BISHOP KIZITO LWANGA DEPLORES THE CURRENT VIOLENCE IN KAMPALA —- MGR KIZITO LWANGA DEPLORE LES VIOLENCES ACTUELLES A KAMPALA

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O correspondente oficial da AGÊNCIA DE NOTÍCIAS RECOWACERAO, RECONA estacionada em Kampala, sinalizou que um dos francos prelados de Uganda, o bispo Cipriano Kizito Langkah, arcebispo de Kampala (Uganda), condenou veementemente a violência no país.

Durante a celebração eucarística, que ocorreu na sexta-feira, 27 de novembro, o arcebispo Cipriano Kizito Lwanga falou sobre os violentos confrontos entre os apoiadores do adversário Bobi Wine e a polícia na semana de 20 de novembro, que culminaram na morte de cerca de cinquenta pessoas.

O arcebispo Cyprian Kizito Lwanga expressou tristeza depois de relatar as muitas mortes registradas em Uganda por volta de 20 de novembro em confrontos entre manifestantes e agentes da lei.

RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA reuniu que cerca de dois meses antes da eleição presidencial, as tensões estão aumentando no país da África Oriental. Após a prisão, em 20 de novembro, do famoso cantor e candidato presidencial Bobi Wine, indiciado por “atos passíveis de propagar uma doença infecciosa” e violações das “regras da Covid-19”, vários de seus apoiadores que se manifestaram nas ruas encontrou uma resposta violenta da polícia.

A cantora foi libertada dois dias depois, mas os confrontos deixaram cerca de cinquenta mortos. Bobi Wine – Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi, seu verdadeiro nome – é o principal adversário desta eleição que enfrenta o presidente Yoweri Museveni, no poder desde 1986.

Em seu discurso de 27 de novembro, o arcebispo de Kampala exortou os ugandenses a se manifestarem sem violência ou tumultos, conforme permitido pelo artigo 29 da Constituição de 1995. “Manifestar-se e protestar sobre assuntos de interesse público é um direito que o indivíduo deve possuir até que seja feito para espalhar a violência ou fazer qualquer coisa ilegal”, disse Dom Lwanga.

Ele também condenou a brutalidade das forças de segurança diante dos manifestantes. A seu ver, isso é desproporcional e vai contra os direitos humanos, que são direitos dados por Deus. “Se uma pessoa cometer um crime, prenda-a e leve-a ao tribunal para uma decisão, em vez de matá-la ou feri-la, o que é injusto, porque a Bíblia diz ‘você não deve matar’”, ele insistiu.

O bispo Lwanga finalmente convidou os ugandenses a manter a paz neste período pré-eleitoral e a continuar a respeitar as medidas preventivas contra a Covid-19. O mesmo conselho também se aplica a todos os outros países africanos, pois a maioria deles está em época de eleições desta vez.


The official Correspondent of RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA stationed Kampala has signaled that one of the Ugandan outspoken prelates, Bishop Cyprian Kizito Langkah who is the Archbishop of Kampala (Uganda) has vehemently condemned the violence in the country.

During a Eucharistic celebration, which took place on Friday, November 27, the Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga spoke out on the violent clashes between the supporters of the opponent Bobi Wine and the police in the week of November 20, which led to the killing of about fifty people.

Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga expressed sadness after recounting the many deaths recorded in Uganda around November 20 in clashes between protesters and law enforcement.

RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA gathered that about two months before the presidential election, tensions are mounting in the East African country. After the arrest, on November 20, of the famous singer and presidential candidate Bobi Wine, indicted for “acts likely to spread an infectious disease” and violations of “the rules on Covid-19”, several of his supporters who demonstrated in the streets encountered a violent response from the police.

The singer was released two days later but the clashes left around fifty people dead. Bobi Wine – Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi, his real name – is the main opponent for this election facing President Yoweri Museveni, in power since 1986.

In his address of November 27, the Archbishop of Kampala called on Ugandans to demonstrate without violence or riots as permitted by article 29 of the 1995 Constitution. “Demonstrating and protesting on matters of public interest is a right individual should own until it is done to spread violence or do anything illegal,” said Bishop Lwanga.

He also condemned the brutality displayed by the security forces in front of the demonstrators. In his eyes, this is disproportionate and goes against human rights which are rights given by God. “If a person commits a crime, arrest him and take him to court for a decision, instead of killing or hurting them, which is unfair, because the Bible says’ you shall not kill, ‘” he urged.

Bishop Lwanga finally invited the Ugandans to maintain peace in this pre-election period and to continue to respect preventive measures against Covid-19. The same advice also goes for all other African countries as most of them are in their election season this time


Le correspondant officiel de l’agence de presse RECOWACERAO, RECONA en poste à Kampala, a signalé que l’un des prélats ougandais au franc-parler, Mgr Cyprian Kizito Langkah, qui est l’archevêque de Kampala (Ouganda), a condamné avec véhémence les violences dans le pays.

Lors d’une célébration eucharistique, qui a eu lieu le vendredi 27 novembre, l’archevêque Cyprian Kizito Lwanga s’est exprimé sur les violents affrontements entre les partisans de l’opposant Bobi Wine et la police dans la semaine du 20 novembre, qui ont conduit au meurtre d’environ cinquante personnes.

L’archevêque Cyprian Kizito Lwanga a exprimé sa tristesse après avoir raconté les nombreux décès enregistrés en Ouganda vers le 20 novembre lors d’affrontements entre manifestants et forces de l’ordre.

L’AGENCE DE PRESSE RECOWACERAO, RECONA a appris qu’environ deux mois avant l’élection présidentielle, les tensions montent dans ce pays d’Afrique de l’Est. Après l’arrestation, le 20 novembre, du célèbre chanteur et candidat à la présidentielle Bobi Wine, mis en examen pour «actes susceptibles de propager une maladie infectieuse» et violations des «règles sur Covid-19», plusieurs de ses partisans ont manifesté dans la rue a rencontré une réaction violente de la police.

Le chanteur a été libéré deux jours plus tard mais les affrontements ont fait une cinquantaine de morts. Bobi Wine – Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi, de son vrai nom – est le principal opposant à cette élection face au président Yoweri Museveni, au pouvoir depuis 1986.

Dans son discours du 27 novembre, l’archevêque de Kampala a appelé les Ougandais à manifester sans violence ni émeutes, comme le permet l’article 29 de la Constitution de 1995. «Démontrer et protester sur des questions d’intérêt public est un droit qu’un individu devrait posséder jusqu’à ce qu’il soit fait pour répandre la violence ou faire quoi que ce soit d’illégal», a déclaré Mgr Lwanga.

Il a également condamné la brutalité déployée par les forces de sécurité devant les manifestants. À ses yeux, c’est disproportionné et va à l’encontre des droits de l’homme qui sont des droits accordés par Dieu. “Si une personne commet un crime, arrêtez-la et traduisez-la en justice pour une décision, au lieu de la tuer ou de la blesser, ce qui est injuste, car la Bible dit” vous ne tuerez pas “”, a-t-il exhorté.

L’évêque Lwanga a finalement invité les Ougandais à maintenir la paix en cette période pré-électorale et à continuer de respecter les mesures préventives contre Covid-19. Le même conseil vaut également pour tous les autres pays africains, car la plupart d’entre eux sont cette fois-ci en période électorale.

Rev. Fr. George Nwachukwu

Rev. Fr. George Nwachukwu

RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY (RECONA) a été créé par le Révérend Père George Nwachukwu, le directeur de la communication de RECOWA-CERAO. Il s'agit d'une agence de presse catholique internationale uniquement au service de l'Église dans la sous-région ouest-africaine. Ce moyen médiatique attaché au bureau de RECOWACERAO a pour objectif de raconter l'histoire de l'Afrique en fournissant une couverture médiatique de tous les événements pertinents sur le continent africain, en donnant de la visibilité à la Conférence épiscopale ouest-africaine, aux activités de l'Église à travers l'Afrique, à la Cité du Vatican et le monde en général.

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