UPFV exudes Universal perfume in Kampala and beyond
Written by Derrick Asaba on January 18, 2022
Under the Universal in Police Force Volunteers (UPFV), the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God ― Uganda continuously exuded its perfume in various Police Stations during the months of November and December last year, not to mention the former times.
At several occasions, scriptures connoted from the Bible were shared for encouragement with the Police Officers that attended the weekly or bi-monthly engagements organized by the Universal Church.
Some of these stations include Kira Road Police Station, Jinja Road Police Station, Old Kampala, Mukono Chief Magistrate Court and stations in Jinja, Kyenjojo, Kitooro, Kajjansi, Mukono and Kawempe.
Pastor Zennen Kaluwapa responsible for UPFV encouraged officers to prioritize teamwork, avoid disputing with their superiors and to always be in communion with God so that He can strengthen and help them in execution of their duties and overcoming individual hardships.
Speaking to Record FM, Pastor Kaluwapa added that the Staff members were encouraged to develop a relationship with God as He is the source of life and authority they possess.
“Moreover, they will not regret as He will protect them and can save their souls if they obey Him circumspectly,” encouraged and emphasized Pastor Kaluwapa.
The Officers in the aforementioned custodies affirmed that some of the frequent suspects had benefited from the Word of God as they noticed changes in their behaviors.
Suspects were frequently reminded that they must not lose hope for God is mindful of their well being and future.
On several occasions, the UPFV rendered a helping hand to the Police Stations in keeping the environment in and around the stations hygienic and conducive.
Further still, some items in regard to hygiene maintenance like liquid soap and sanitizers were also donated at some stations.
“Our joy is to see the Police Officers having a good communion with God. Therefore our plan is to reach out to more stations around the country,” concluded Pastor Kaluwapa in accordance with their plan this year, 2022.