Leadership conflicts in Church of Uganda is not a new phenomenon. Church of Uganda has been riddled with leadership crises in some of its dioceses since the first Ugandan black Archbishop took office in 1965. Election and retirement of Bishops and subsequent succession to the position of Bishopric have always been fragile and contentious issues in Church of Uganda often resulting into disagreements among Christians. This book provides a detailed account of the worst succession crisis to the position of Bishop of Muhabura Diocese that Church of Uganda has ever experienced. This book should be useful to Church leaders, lay Christians and Clergy as well as ordinary people interested in seeing a united Christian church in harmony.It is also a master piece for serving church leaders both laity and clergy to read and evaluate themselves on those specific issues that may be a source of contention and conflict in their churches. The book is also an important resource to academicians as it is a milestone contribution towards the debate on management of leadership conflicts in a modern religious institution faced with unavoidable internally and externally generated forces.