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Museveni Invites Religious Leaders for National Prayers on COVID-19

Tomorrow's national prayers come at a time when the number of COVID-19 cases in Uganda has surpassed 100. The country remains under lockdown with schools and businesses closed. No public or Private transport is allowed on the roads, save for essential service providers who were approved by the government.
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Religious leaders are due to converge at State House, Entebbe on the invitation of President Yoweri Museveni, for National Prayers. According to the President, the national prayer service will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

“I have invited religious leaders to join me at State House Entebbe tomorrow, Saturday, for national prayers as we fight the Covid-19 pandemic. The televised prayers will start at 1 pm. I urge all Ugandans to pray for our country while observing the health guidelines,” Museveni posted on his social media platforms.

This becomes the second national prayer held at the State House Entebbe after the annual national prayers  by members of Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU), held on March 21.

Tomorrow's national prayers come at a time when the number of COVID-19 cases in Uganda has surpassed 100. The country remains under lockdown with schools and businesses closed. No public or Private transport is allowed on the roads, save for essential service providers who were approved by the government.

“God-fearing people, we need to pray for the whole country. I ask each one of you to pray in your homes, and God will hear us.” Museveni said.

During his address before Uganda confirmed a COVID-19 case, President Museveni said Uganda was spared the virus by the Mercy of God.

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