By Stuart Bogere
KIU, Main Campus - Mark Byabasubiza, a 4th year, law student at Kampala International University has launched a book about the fate of religion dubbed "The Foreign God."
Mark says that he drew the inspiration of writing such a remarkable book way back in his early days of childhood.
His book entails alot about religious leaders and the irony that happens in worship places most especially during the lockdown period. He adds that many Africans hate reading, which he calls a disease that is hard to be cured.
“I am so worried of where the next generation shall be. We Africans hate reading,” said Byabasubiza.
Mark in his book stresses that religious leaders have brought hope to many Saul's in hard times that struck the whole world.
He goes ahead to advise fellow KIU students that writing is a spirit they just need to focus on because through it, souls and mindset can be changed to positivety.
While launching, the Counsel Ivan Okudaa, a lawyer with Angulia and Co-advocates and a columnist in one of the national newspapers, was in attendance.
Okudaa advised the students and youths to emulate Byabasubiza, to be creative and hardworking citizens who do not underlook any kind of work.
In the next 10 years Mark sees his articles and books being published globally, thus raising KIU at the greater heights.