Museveni Confesses Sins At E.Africa’s Prime Church

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Speaking before a gathering of people who had come to witness the grand opening of Pr. Imelda Namutebi’s church, where he was a Guest of Honour, Mr Museveni noted that there were inevitable killings, and some weren’t done by the NRA fighters, although he felt indebted to repent them.

“There are people who impersonate others, if it was possible we would send them all away. But Jesus said you forgive all those who wrong you,” he said.

He urged everybody in the auditorium including Pr. Namutebi to always forgive and forget.

He advised born-again Christians to always continue with the unity they have always manifested.


President Museveni officially opened Pr. Namutebi’s new church complex said to be the biggest in East Africa.

The complex comprises a 15,000-seater auditorium, a free clinic, TV and radio station space, a magazine production space and a lounge.

He commended the pastor for the great work.

“I want you to continue being ‘investors’ by contributing to such noble causes that take the country forward,” he said.

“Always use the little you have to get to another level because Rome was not built in one day.”

Pastor Kayanja Backs Museveni for 5th Term

Pastor Robert Kayanja, speaking on the same occasion, declared his support for President Museveni in spreading his prosperity programmes and also in his 2016 re-election endeavours.

The Rubaga Miracle Centre Cathedral preacher assured Mr Museveni that he will be at the forefront of spreading the prosperity for all programmes.

He, however, warned him not to give up on politics saying, the impact will not be good at all.

“If you make a mistake to let Uganda down in 2016, Rwakitura will catch fire and it will only be mourning and grieving at the ranch,” he warned.

Kayanja also praised the First Lady, Janet Museveni, saying, she qualifies as one of the martyrs in Uganda for her role in upholding the cause of born-again churches.

“Please deliver all our born-again regards to the first lady,” Kayanja said.

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