Dr. Celestine Barigye’s Thanksgiving Ceremony: A Celebration of Second Chances

Dr. Celestine Barigye orchestrated a heartwarming Thanksgiving ceremony on Easter Monday in Bushenyi, gathering family, friends, and well-wishers to express gratitude for his second chance at life.

In a message conveyed by Local Government Minister Raphael Magyezi, Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja commended Dr. Barigye for his unwavering integrity and exceptional professionalism.

Expressing gratitude for Dr. Barigye’s health and life, Prime Minister Nabbanja emphasized the importance of his exemplary leadership and urged other health workers to emulate his dedication.

The Bishop of West Ankole Diocese, Johnson Twinomujuni, echoed similar sentiments, acknowledging the challenging period following Dr. Barigye’s illness while expressing relief at his steady recovery.

Bishop Twinomujuni took the opportunity to address the issue of healthcare workers soliciting money from patients in public facilities, urging thorough investigations by the government and the Ministry of Health.

Dr. Barigye, humbled by his recovery, expressed profound gratitude to God for granting him a second chance to live and serve others.

The Thanksgiving ceremony garnered over Shs20 million in cash donations, with Prime Minister Nabbanja contributing Shs10 million. All proceeds will be allocated to the completion of the Bunyarigi Centre Catholic Church in Ishak-Bushenyi Municipality, where Dr. Barigye regularly worships.

The event was graced by esteemed dignitaries, including Archbishop Lambert Beinomugisha of Mbarara Archdiocese, former Health Minister Dr. Richard Nduhuura, and several Members of Parliament, among others.

Dr. Celestine Barigye’s Thanksgiving ceremony not only celebrated his miraculous recovery but also served as a reminder of the power of faith, community support, and the importance of giving thanks for life’s blessings.

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