Luwum was killed on February 16, 1977, amid accusations of being an agent of the exiled former president Milton Obote, and for planning to stage a coup. Before he was murdered, he had personally delivered a protest note to President Idi Amin against arbitrary killings and unexplained disappearances of civilians and soldiers.
Rt. Bishop Macleod Baker Ochola performing a short prayer to acknowledge the apology tendered in by Koboko Clerics for the murder of Archbishop Janani Luwum Login to license this image from 1$.
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