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PR. ALOYSIUS BUJJINGO GRADUATES AT KAYIWA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY AFTER 3 YEARS

Thousands and thousands of people flooded the Kayiwa International University to take part in the very first graduation ceremony and witness the inauguration of the first vice chancellor Prof. Simeon Kiyiwa.

Students were awarded certificates in various subjects including technology, theological studies business and so forth.

Among the graduates was pr. Aloysius Bujjingo of house prayer ministries who caused excitement among the multitude s that stood and applauded when the pastor’s name was read out.

He was handed a certificate amidst applauses, he was awarded Christian culture mentorship and a diploma in theology.

Pr. Bujjingo was selected as the most obedient, disciplined, attendance and one who has written books and research than others.

Pr. Arron Mutebbi and many more pastors and ministers graduated and advised to be innovative.

The organizers paused the ceremony to regulate the press that filled the place to the extent that guests had no path to take photos with pr. Bujjingo, some of the journalist forsook the cameras and to take selfies with the pastor.

Pr. Bujjijngo thanked God for the award, however, the thanksgiving ceremony will take place on Sunday.

Many witnessed the graduation of pr. Aloysius Bujjingo at Kayiwa international university after 3 years of studies.

 

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