Looking back in Wonder, Philip Hainsworth, p145-6
Dear Bahá’í Friends,
Your letter of January 27 was received by the beloved Guardian, through the kindness of Mr and Mrs Banání.
He was most touched to receive your contribution for the Shrine of the Báb, a receipt for which I am enclosing.
It has brought the greatest joy to his heart to have these dear believers here; and he is prolonging their pilgrimage in order to discuss thoroughly with them the work being done in Uganda, and indeed, in Africa, a work to which he attaches the greatest possible importance.
A source of deep joy and satisfaction was the news of the declaration of Mr Crispin Kajubi and Mr Fred Bigabwa. He was so pleased to have photographs of them, and he has placed them in the Mansion, as the first Bahà’is of Uganda, representative of the tribes of that country.
The Guardian feels sure that, with wisdom, dedication, tact and prayer, your Group will be able to spread this Divine Message there to peoples of all races; and lay, not only a lasting foundation for your own community, but prepare the way for the great All-Africa Conference, which will be held there in 1953, and to which the Bahá’is all over the world are already looking forward with such eagerness.
He assures you that you are all remembered in his loving prayers in the Holy Shrines, and that your services to the Faith are deeply appreciated.
With warm Baháflove, R. Rabbání.
May the spirit of Bahâ’u’llâh powerfully sustain you in your high endeavours, aid you to extend rapidly the range of your historic and meritorious accomplishments, and lend a tremendous impetus to the onward march of our beloved Faith in that vast and promising continent
Your true brother, Shoghi.
1952-02-06 to Kampala Baha’i group in appreciation