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Friday, 20 July 2012

Pastor Michael Kyazze’s mother also an Aunt to the Kabaka of Buganda passess on: Pastor Michael Kyazze refuses the performance of ancestral rituals on her mother’s grave because his mother died as a born again Christian

Dear Pastor Michael Kyazze , sorry about the death of your mum

The mother of Pastor Michael Kyazze,  Princess Beatrice Nakabili was buried yesterday. Because she is a Buganda royal, a number of rituals were supposed to be  done during her burial but Pastor Kyazze stood firm against these ancestral rituals because they conflict with the bible. When a person from a royal family gets born again, we say that this is indeed a miracle from God. The royal family in Buganda and people close to it are so bound by ancestral worship and all its dark rituals.

Pastor Michael Kyazze is a humble man God. I have also just leant that he has roots with the Buganda royal family. He has stood with boys who have come out openly about their being sodomised by pastors. Currently he is one of the pastors who has been sued by pastors Robert Kayanja. I wonder whether pastor Kayanja attended the burial of Pastor Michael Kyazze’s mother.

Pastor Kayanja court case temporarily halted

Who is Pastor Michael Kyazze?

Pastor Michael D. Kyazze came to the full knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior in 1981. His pastoral ministry began 15 years ago as a young man. A dynamic teacher of the Word of God, Pastor Kyazze focuses his ministry on practical Biblical teachings with emphasis on total deliverance and liberty in the Lord. He earned a Diploma in Education from Kyambogo University, one of the respected higher institutions of learning in Uganda. He worked as a teacher and head teacher in several national secondary schools before joining full time ministry.

Pastor Kyazze is the author of three books on deliverance, Taming the Beast, Rooted in Christ and From Backsliding to Restoration. He is also a sought after speaker at local and international Christian meetings. He is married to Christine and they are blessed with four lovely children; Jemima, Caleb, Nathan and Geraldine.

Pastor Michael Kyazze pastors Omega Healing Centre in Kampala, Uganda. OHC seeks to minister to the diverse spiritual, physical and emotional needs of people across all cultures through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The motto of OHC is "Winning Souls and Growing them into Winners."

Omega Healing Center has recently reached out to Sweden and planted the Stockholm City Community Church.

Museveni mourns Kabaka’s paternal aunt

Publish Date: Jul 20, 2012

By Vision Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has expressed his condolences to the family of Ssekabaka (late king) Daudi Chwa, upon the death of Princess Beatrice Nakabili, one of the Nalinya of Buganda, who passed on at her home in Kabowa in Lubaga Division.  

The late Nalinya Nakabili was daughter of Ssekabaka Daudi Chwa and sister to late Ssekabaka Edward Mutesa and paternal aunt to Kabaka Ronald Mutebi. She died at the age of 86 years after she fainted in the corridor of her house.

The President who visited the family at Kabowa conveyed his condolences to the bereaved family.

The bereaved family members appreciated the President’s condolences upon the passing on of Nalinya Nakabili and thanked him for visiting them to share in their profound grief at this difficult time when they have lost their dear one.

Katikkiro mourns Kabaka’s aunt  


The Katikkiro of Buganda Eng. JB Walusimbi has sent his condolences to the family of the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II upon the death of Princess Beatrice Nakabili.

Nakabiri was one of Kabaka Mutebi’s paternal aunts. She passed on Wednesday at her home in Kabowa in Lubaga Division in Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).

The late Nakabili was daughter of the former Kabaka of Buganda Daudi Chwa (RIP) and sister to also former Kabaka of Buganda Edward Mutesa II. She died at the age of 86 years after she fainted in the corridor of her house.

Late Nakabiri was buried on Thursday at Kasubi Royal tombs in Kampala. The burial was attended by many MPs, councilors from Kampala, and DPCs and ministers from both central and Buganda government.