By Benjamin Jumbe
The provincial secretariat of the church of Uganda has denied reports that it has been high handed in handling the issue of retired archbishop Stanley Ntagali.
Bishop Ntagali has been condemned by the house of bishops for committing adultery which has upheld the statement made by Archbishop Kazimba.
The statement was to the effect that his predecessor was not permitted to function sacramentally, preach, or represent the Church of Uganda in any way until further notice.
Addressing the media in Kampala, the provincial Secretary Rev Canon Captain William Ongeng said the retired archbishop Ntagali is being handled according to the church’s canon laws further denying attacks of humiliating him.
The House of Bishops has meanwhile confirmed that Ntagali committed the sin of adultery upholding the statement made by Archbishop Kazimba earlier.
Rev Canon Ongeng adds that the House condemned the Act and acknowledged it as a sin of an individual resolving that Bishop Stanley Ntagali be handled in accordance with the Cannons of the Church of Uganda.