The prayers were attended by FDC party president Mugisha Muntu and other officials.
The event is part of the new “Free my vote” campaign launched in protest of Kizza Besigye’s house arrest.
The prayers by FDC officials and their supporters are ongoing today Tuesday across the country.
They will be occurring every Tuesday when supporters put on black clothes.
In Luweero town, police allegedly interrupted the prayers when it raided FDC offices and confiscated chairs.
At Najjanankumbi headquarters, the prayers went on peacefully.
In his sermon, Rev Ngabo said he stands as a prophet of the time.
“I dont care what happens to me after here. I dont mind getting arrested. I will continue to preach the truth even in prison.”
The priest revealed that its evil for any man of God to keep silent at this moment.
“Ugandans are being murdered. The truth goes through fire but it remains alive. I want to launch a prayer that will turn injustice to justice.”
The priest maintained that the power does not belong to President Yoweri Museveni but it belongs to God.
“Dr. Kizza Besigye is in prison. His house is under siege. David Sejusa is in prison. Many Ugandans are in different prisons.”
He prayed beseeching God to free the country and its citizens.
“God…we pray this country belongs to you. Ugandans belong to you. Free them oh Lord. Free Dr. Besigye now. He is a free man! No man has power over him! Free all Ugandans.”