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NTV Program Manager Should be Fired. – Prophet Mbonye Followers Roast NTV For Replacing Their Show With Age Limit Court Ruling Live Coverage.

Remnants as they refer to themselves have roasted Nation Media’s NTv for not airing their programme, ‘Power Of Legacy”. The remnants who are followers of Prophet Elvis Mbonye have been ranting on social media instructing NTV to fore their programmes manager because the programme was overridden by a live coverage …

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I Will Never Do Mass Weddings where Brides Are Transported On Trailers! – Pr.Bugingo Stings Other Churches Over Mass Weddings.

House of Prayer Ministries Senior Pastor; Aloysius Bugingo has come out to sting other churches for holding mass weddings. While delivering his summon today(April 7,2019), Bugingo could not wait to hit other churches for holding over 900 Weddings for couples. “Here we don’t hold such “Stupid” weddings. You family members …

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They undermine their credibility and the role that faith must play in fighting for a Uganda that’s free of oppression. – Bishop Zac Niringiye On Pastors Against Tuliyambala Engule.

Religious leader-turned politician Bishop Zac Niringiye has come out to wonder about the pastors that are against Bobi Wine’s “Tuliyambala Engule” song which they say is gospel sing that Bobi Wine should not politicise.. Below is What Bishop Zac has to say. Tuliyambala Engule When I first listened to this …

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God Has Given Me A Second Chance To Live – Singer Jackie Chandiru Resurfaces From Pastor Kayanja’s Miracle Center, Advised To Give Her Voice To God.

Singer Jackie Chandiru yesterday evening appeared at Rubaga-based Miracle Center Cathedral where she had her debut public appearence ever-since the drugs saga. While at the cathedral, Jackie revealed how she never believed she was still alive. “God Has Given You a Second Chance To Live” Pr. Robert Kayanja asked her. …

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Pope Francis Set To return To Uganda In 2019!

The Archbishop of Kampala diocese Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has officially announced that Pope Francis is scheduled to return to Uganda next year in July. Dr Lwanga says the pontiff will be attending the conference for all African bishops which will take place in Uganda where over 500 bishops from …

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