Bishop Zoreka Consercrates St Peter’s Chapel at Nyakinoni SSS


KANUNGU– The Bishop of the Diocese of Kinkizi Rt Rev Dan Zoreka has underscored the need to live lives that glorify the Almighty God as one way of being appreciated by the society. 

Bishop Zoreka made the remarks on Friday while officiating at the ceremony to consecrate St Peter’s Chapel Church of Uganda at Nyakinoni Senior Secondary School in Nyakinoni Sub County in Kanungu District. 

Bishop Zoreka said that people are reflected by the lives they live, their contributions to the communities they live in and hailed the leadership at Nyakinoni Secondary School for living an exemplary experience. 

The Bishop used the event to confirm 95 students into the Anglican faith and also officially opened St Peter’s Chapel.

He thanked the leadership of Nyakinoni Secondary school led by the Headteacher Dan Byabashaija, for working hard to set standards both academic and co-curricular which has made the school one of the best performing schools in the district.

The Chaplain of Nyakinoni SSS Rev Ariho receiving a certificate confirming the consecration of St Peter’s Chapel, looking on is the Headmaster Dan Byabashaija.

The event preacher Rev Godfrey Arineitwe Kibingo who is also the Headteacher Kambuga Secondary school asked the students to use the Chapel to turn around their lives in order to become useful citizens. 

He emphasised the need for the students to concentrate on issues that took them to school in order to become successful in future. 

The Headteacher Nyakinoni Secondary school Dan Byabashaija said that the school has a total of 944 students who include 481 boys and 463 girls and revealed that this enrollment has increased due to good academic performance and good discipline. 

Byabashaija thanked the Uganda-China Friendship that was initiated by former Prime Minister Rt Hon Amama Mbabazi which continue to generate support for the school in terms of infrastructural development and other material resources.

Nyakinoni SSS Headteacher Dan Byabashaija addressing the guests and students at the function.

The function was attended by the District Education Officer Sunday Charles, Chairman Board of Governors Goddie Willy Bakiga, Diocesan Education Rev Stella Arinaitwe, the Archdeacon Nyakinoni Rev Enosi Mukombe, former Archdeacon James Munyambazi, several clergy and headteachers.

Byabashaija thanked all the people who have supported Nyakinoni Secondary school also known as Chinese campus to set standards of excellence is a holistic learning experience.