Bishop Baluku discourages parents from involving school going children in vending merchandise.

By Kule Joackim

South Rwenzori Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Nason Baluku has discouraged the parents from involving their school going children in activities related to vending merchandise.

The prelate argues that the act could make them get used to money and subsequently drop out of school.

Bishop Baluku sounded the discouragement today while officiating at the closure of a one week mission for the youths that was organized under the theme, “Now, is the time,” that was drawn from the Biblical Book of Mark 1:15.

To the youths, the Church Minister challenged them to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal saviour coupled with repenting of their sins in a bid to have the power to fight against the devil.

He also stressed the need for the youths to stick to their educational career despite the effects of the lockdown.

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