URA Commissioner General calls for integrity

By Jimmy Siyasa

The Commissioner-General of Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) John Musinguzi Rujoki, challenged members of the Uganda Christian University (UCU) to embrace a life of integrity in their day-to-day professional and Christian life.

Preaching during the UCU Community Worship Service held yesterday, March 22, Musinguzi noted that much of his life’s success has been possible through divine favour he met through people who fund him a trustworthy person of integrity.

“I am where I am, not because I am qualified, but because the Lord has put his seal of integrity on me,” Musinguzi said, adding “I have not and I will not take a bribe as to pervert justice because I have discovered the root of integrity- Jesus Christ.”

He told a story of how he got born again in the 1990s to the congregation- both students and staff- who were gathered at the UCU Nkoyoyo Hall, noting that giving his life to Christ is the best decision he ever made. Musinguzi, therefore, urged members of the congregation, especially students, to exercise integrity during their university tenure and while serving in various capacities.

“Use your time at University and at the fellowships to lay a firm foundation of integrity, so that when the opportunity to serve comes, the Lord will weigh you and find you worthy,” he emphasized.

John Musinguzi: I have found a distinction with the graduates of UCU. Video/ Andrew Bugembe.