26 March 2012

A New face for the Young people in Northern Uganda
Mr. Opio Samuel, his Wife Lydia and their two sons. For long the Diocese of Northern Uganda did not have a youth worker. But thank God, for the arrival of Mr. Opio Francis Samuel. Samuel was received to the Diocese by the bishop of the Diocese of Northern Uganda in February 2012 together with youth leaders of St. Philips Cathedral. We thank God that Samuel and the entire family is now settling in a well renovated house within the Diocesan Headquarters. Samuel is married to Lydia and God has given them two children. Before coming to the Diocese of Northern Uganda Opio was working with Campus Crusade for Christ International (In Uganda, known as LIFE Ministry Uganda). He holds Bachelor of Education, Business Studies; Accounting Option; Kyambogo University.
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Waiting to complete research in order to graduate with a Masters in Management Studies from Uganda Management Institute; UMI). Special thanks to St. Peter Henleaze for the funds that has helped to renovate the building. We appeal to well wishers to support the ministry to young people in our Diocese. We are trying to rebuild our lives after the devastation due to the Kony war in Northern Uganda. Samuel Opiyo can be reached on: Contact: +256772584207, +256711584207 E-mail: sfopio@yahoo.co.uk and sam.sfopio@gmail.com
Bishop Johnson is taking Mr. Opio Samuel and his wife for a tour of their house in Mican.

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