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Friday, 13 January 2017

When the Children of Light Love to hide in Financial darkness : Pastor Livingstone Kiganda and Pastor Joseph Sserwanda attack Pastor Bujingo for revealing the money his church collected in 2016



20 For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. 21 But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God(John 3:20-21).




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On Sunday 8th January 2017, Pastor Aloysius  Bujingo of House of Prayer ministries revealed the amount of money he received during the 31st December, 2016 Cross over prayers . Pastor Bujingo revealed that he received a total of 211,256,300 million Uganda shillings . Pastor Irene Manjeri of Bethel Healing centre also revealed that she received 4 million Uganda shillings . However , it surprising that Pastor Kiganda called Pastor Bujingo’s action madness . 

Pastor Kiganda argued that Pastor Bijingo is like a  ‘child sauce thief’ that reports him self before he is caught. Bishop Kiganda wondered why they should give accountability when even heads of the catholic church and Muslims that held prayers that day have not accounted. One wonders why a born again pastor should compare himself with Muslims and Catholics whom they regard as members of counterfeit or false denominations.  

Pastor Bugingo has really challenged the hypocrisy of Pentecostal prosperity pastors in Uganda who call themselves children of light yet they hate  the light(Christ). If we are children of light , what is wrong accounting for money received? Why do we want to leave our financial secrets with the prince of darkness(satan)? 

Pastor Kiganda has argued that Pastor Bujingo  put this money on his personal account where he , his wife and children are the signatories?  This is wrong if it is true but Bujingo has scored higher than pastors who have not accounted  for money received from Nakivubo, Namboole , Kololo  etc 


Pentecostal pastors must account to at least the members of their churches how much money has been collected from the end of year vigils and how it was spent. Other wise, people wonder about  the kind of Jesus these pastors  worship.


Abasumba balumbye Bujingo lwa kulaga ssente ze yakuηηaanyizza n'azirangirira mu lujjudde

 
By Ahmed Mukiibi 

Added 11th January 2017 

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ABASUMBA b'abalokole batadde akaka ku mbalirira ya musumba munnaabwe owa House of Prayer Ministries, Aloysius Bujingo gye yafulumizza eya ssente ze yakuη− ηaanyizza mu kusaba okumalako omwaka kwe yategese ku kkanisa ye e Makerere. 


Ku Ssande mu kusaba kwe yategese okwasoose mu mwaka 2017 mu kifo kye awali ekkanisa kye yatuuma Canaan, yawadde embalirira ya ssente ze baakuηηaanya okuva ku kinusu ekya 50/- okutuuka ku kapapula ak'e 50,000/- ne ssente z'amawanga amalala omuli ddoola ne pawundi n'asoomooza basumba banne nabo bwe baba beerufu, balage eyaabwe!

Kyokka mu kifo ky'okuwa embalirira yaabwe, abasumba okuli David Kiganda, Martin David Ssebuguzi, Joseph Sserwadda, batadde akaka nga bagamba nti bw’alaga ennyingiza, alage ne akawunti kw’aziteeka n'abagoberezi be yaziggyeemu abalage abantu abateeka emikono ku akawunti eyo mu kuggyayo ssente.

Kiganda okusaba yakutegese Nakivubo mu kisaawe, Sserwadda yakutegese Namboole, Bujingo yabadde ku kkanisa ye e Makerere, Ssebuguzi yabadde ku lusozi e Sseguku, Kayanja yategese ku kkanisa ye e Lubaga, Kakande naye yategese ku bbiri, Jackson Ssenyonga yategese Kololo n'abalala nga Bro. Ronnie Makabayi baategese ku kkanisa zaabwe.

Bujingo yategeezezza nti, ebinusu yakuηηaanyizza 13,760,300/- ate ez'empapula zaabadde 197,550,000/- zonna awamu omugatte gwa 211,256,300/- era bw’atyo n’agamba nti kino yakikoze okulaga abagoberezi ssente zaabwe ze basonda ne bye zirina okukola.

Kyokka Kiganda amwambalidde n’ategeeza nti, “Olaba omwana awaka yeegaana nti sinnabba ku nva nga tewali amubuuzizza, ggwe omuzadde omanya bumanya nti omwana oyo yakutte mu nva.”
Yagambye nti, Bujingo si ye yatandikawo obulokole era bino abikola kuwuddiisa bantu. "Eryo ddalu lya muntu omu tesobola kufuuka nkola ya buli muntu. Klezia yasoloozezza, Ssaabasumba oba Kalidinaali yavuddeyo okulaga embalirira? Emizikiti gyabadde n'okusaala, waliwo eyalaze embalirira, ekyo nkiyita kwagala kwemulisa mu bitaliimu." Kiganda bwe yategeezezza.

Yagasseeko nti, "Ennyingiza Bujingo agiwadde ne bw’anaabeera agenda okuggyayo ssente ku akawunti okugula emmotoka ez'ebbeeyi, abagoberezi anaabagamba nti nzigyeyo obukadde 800 ηηenda kugula Hammer?"

Yagambye nti akawunti Bujingo kw’ateeka ssente yiye era tekuli mugoberezi yenna amuteerako mukono okuggyayo ssente. Abikola na mukyala we n’omwana we b’alinako obuyinza obw'enkomeredde b’asobola okuduumira nti mukole kino ne bakikola. "Namirembe yategese okusaba, Ntagali yawadde omuwendo gwa ssente ze yasoloozezza?

Ye ku akawunti kw’aziteeka mukyala we na mwana be bateekako emikono? Bujingo aleme kuwuddiisa bantu." Kiganda bwe yategeezezza.
Martin David Ssebuguzi eyayawukanye ku Bujingo yagambye nti, ye yabadde ku lusozi gye yasabidde era baakuηηaanyizza 44,400/- era ezo baazeeyambisizza okusasula abaabawadde obukuumi.

Yagambye nti, buli muntu afuna okuyitibwa kukwe era ye tali mu kuvuganya na muntu yenna ku nsonga yonna. "Sajja kukola ssente, nze Mukama y’annuηηamya okubuulira ekigambo kye era y'ensonga lwaki saakuηηaanyizza ssente ku bagoberezi." Ssebuguzi bwe yategeezezza.
Yagasseeko nti, ye tagenda kukola nga Bujingo bw’akola kubanga Katonda ekyo si ky’amulagira okukola.

Dr. Joseph Sserwadda yagambye nti, okusaba kwategekeddwa ggwanga lyonna naye tewannabeerayo muntu mulala awa mbalirira okuggyako Bujingo n’agamba nti eyo nkola ye ng’omuntu naye si nkola ya kkanisa.
Omusumba Irene Manjeeri yagambye nti mu kusaba kwe baategese ku kkanisa ye empya eya Bethel Healing Center baakuη− ηaanyizza 40,000,000/-.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Double dealers of faith: Ugandans who pray in churches and also call on their ancestors in shrines


  Image result for Kizito Michael George, Maama Fiina

When the devil blesses its servants with material prosperity : Maama Fina (real name Sylvia Namutebi) the Ugandan Millionaire “witchdoctor” and media darling: Maama Fina’s life boguses the gospel of some prosperity pastors who tell Christians that worshiping satan is synonymous with poverty.

http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.ug/2013/09/when-devil-blesses-its-servants-with.html

 

Double dealers of faith: Ugandans who pray in churches and also call on their ancestors in shrines



Ugandans, some prominent, love to go to church during day but are never far off from the shrine to consult their traditional gods by night
When it emerged Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga’s had visited a shrine to thank her gods for various political accomplishments it got the country talking. That she did it in the full glare of media cameras earned her as much praise as it did ridicule—those in the pro camp praising her boldness in openly associating with her alternative faith
Those against argued if one named Rebecca should be assumed to be a Christian then Rt Hon Kadaga had no business fellowshipping in a shrine. It didn’t help, as one Facebook blogger pointed out, that the Speaker convenes a National Prayer Breakfast every often. But Kadaga is only the latest addition to the list of prominent people that just can’t help but double deal in faith.

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Like a true president of all the people, President Museveni accomodates all religious denominations.
President Museveni
If this list was a football team, the long-serving head of state would be an obvious choice for captain. He has stood at a church pulpit to give credit to the leaders of indigenous religion, saying the rituals they performed for his guerillas during the Bush War helped him capture power. During election seasons, he has openly sought the blessings of both church and traditional religious leaders and has morally and financially supported both churches and traditional religious organisations, donating cash and other goodies to both camps.  But the highlight of President Museveni’s double subscription should be that  day during the 2011 presidential campaigns when one moment he was at the national gathering of traditional healers at Namboole receiving their blessings, and a couple of hours later he was at All Saints Cathedral Nakasero receiving blessings from Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi.

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Former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya in a shrine. He is looked at as a powerful figure in the Catholic church.
Prof. Gilbert Bukenya
Former Vice President Prof. Gilbert Bukenya has over the years not been shy to present himself as a man that keeps his options open—with the politics and with religion.




In December 2004, he was caught on camera visiting a shrine in Masaka, never mind that he would be seen partaking of Holy Communion at Rubaga Cathedral on Sundays. A devout Catholic, Prof. Bukenya stated  his visit had only been to show respect for other people’s religious beliefs, having been invited there by a Masaka local leader.
MP Evelyn Anite
In October 2013, with her sights on the Koboko District Woman MP slot, then Northern Ugandan Youth MP was shown across different media platforms visiting her tribe’s traditional spiritual sites in search of blessings to win the 2016 general elections. Accompanied by the Eastern Uganda Youth MP Peter Ogwang, Anite camped a whole weekend at Liru Mountain in Koboko seeking blessings from her Kakwa ancestors, and the oracle of the mountain took her through the different requisite rituals.
“Dear ancestors, here is your daughter Evelyn Anite. She has come to our ancestry home to seek blessings as she prepares for the 2016 general elections where she wants to represent the people of Koboko. Let your blessings be upon her,” the oracle reportedly prayed.
Many who knew Anite to be a professing Christian were taken aback.
nabbi omukaziMaggie Kayima ‘Nabbi Omukazi’
The once fast-rising singer hit celebrity status clad in the full armour of an evangelising Born-again Christian–in fact she initially took her place in the sun as a fully-fledged gospel singer. That she was a member of then trending Pastor Augustine ‘Abizaayo’ Yiga’s church only added weight to her credentials as a fervent Christian.
Come her falling out with Pastor Yiga, as the controversial preacher became more and more embattled, and last year Nabbi Omukazi was publicly exposed as a spiritual double-dealer. The ABC TV team that surreptitiously trails people doing dubious things to air them trailed Kayima and showed her visiting a shrine, allegedly to cast a spell on Pastor Yiga, have her music soar and get her business deals succeeding. The singer was shown being given a basin with some liquid and taking off all her clothes for ‘cleansing’ while chanting some words. She would later claim she did everything that was captured on TV under gunpoint from Pastor Yiga’s mercenaries, but that’s a story for another day.
mama-fina‘Maama Fina’ Sophia Namutebi
The head of the traditional leaders association of Uganda might on first sight seem an odd inclusion here. But over the years she has indeed shown herself to have one leg (or even one leg and a half) in traditional African religion, while the other leg stands in Christianity or Islam –the two officially-recognised religions between which she had oscillated over the years.
Today Maama Fiina unequivocally professes Islam, having officially converted to the faith late last year ahead of her marriage to longtime lover Major Sulaiman Kiggundu at Kibuli Mosque. But she retains her position as the leader of the traditional healers’ association, which only means that she also still observes her traditional Ganda spiritual practices. Also, before she officially converted to Islam last year, Mama Fiina long insisted on her membership of the Catholic Church even as she headed the traditional healers’ fraternity.