Mulalu Donates cement towards construction of Palam CoU
Katakwi-The Private Secretary in-Charge Political Mobilization and Affairs in the Office President of Uganda, Dan Mulalu yesterday shocked the Christians of Palam church of Uganda after donating 30 bags of cement towards its construction .
The 30 bags of cement were a fulfillment of the request by Christians who cried for support of cementing floor of their dirt church last week Sunday when Kazi Ni Kazi Foundation delivered a complete borehole head to residents of Palam who decried water shortage hence commending him as number one promoter of Gods work.
A team by Kazi Ni kazi While handing the cement to the church construction committee yesterday Sunday at church promises, Christians such Besula Akwi and Jenifer Adeke outlined scriptures that describe Mulalu as true servant of God committed to solve hardships of construction in churches , according to them proverbs 12:17 and Kosea 4: 6 have truly describe who Mulalu and his Kazi Ni Kazi foundation background.
Martha Awidi , the mother union, says the timely donation has saved her Christians from the burden of buying washing soap since whenever they attend church service they walk out with dirty clothing.
John Richard Edeket Opio, the NRM chairman of Katakwi district, who was also in attendance handing the cement to Christians commend the work that Kazi Ni Kazi foundation has initiative.
“I move with visionary leaders, I saw this foundation has vision and Since 2011 Mulalu helped in various developments of this district among other include donations to vulnerable, business community and security during Karamojong insurgency in Ngariam”.
Patrick Aukin the lay reader of Palam Church of Uganda, Usuk archdeaconry, Soroti diocese, says other leaders should emulate to build the temple of the lord as in Haggai 1:1-5
He also asked Christians to generously contribute towards any God’s work, According to him, leaders have capacity to support the church hence need to give as according to scriptures.
He says they are going to put the Cement in for its intended purpose since the church that capacitates over 700 Christians and hoped to complete in this year rescues them sitting on the dirty floor.
However, Dan Mulalu on his side through his Kazi Ni Kazi foundation led by Julius Otim said by providing much to God is a blessing.
Dan Mulalu who is also vying for parliamentary seat for Ngariam county come 2026 promised to support the church construction and development of Katakwi without discriminating on religion. fear of God is beginning of wisdom “I walk in light of God and am not on the side of devil so I have to work for God he promised”