10 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch. 11 Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. 12 For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord: (Deuteronomy 18 (King James Version))
Last week Prophetess Maggie Kayima( a.k.a Nabbi Omukazi) was quizzed by police over a song that arose from her conversations with the dead. The song is titled, ‘The hearts of people’. In this song she alleges that many dead people told her that what was reported as the cause of their death was a lie. She sings about some one who was poisoned but another cause of death was reported. She also alleges to have talked to the spirit of the late Habyarimana which told her that what was reported as the cause of his death was not true. After coming out of the police session, she adamantly sang a portion of this song before the journalists.
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Police Summon Musician Over “Nebanda Spirits” Song
Uganda Police have summoned a popular local musician Maggie Kayima, commonly known as “Nabbi Omukazi,” over a song in which she claims to have talked to the spirits of departed Butaleja Woman MP Cerinah Nebanda.
By 21/03/2013 20:04:00
Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson Ibin Ssenkumbi says Kayima will have to tell the investigative arm of the law enforcement body “what the spirits told her about the death of Nebanda and how she talked to them.”
He added:”We want Kayima to shed more light on those spirits. We are interested in her discussion with those spirits.”
In her controversial song, Kayima rubbishes reports that Nebanda died of drug abuse in December 2012 as reported by government.
Nebanda’s death caused a political storm last year, with sections of the political class insisting the outspoken legislator had succumbed to poison.
According to Ssenkumbi, Nayiga is required at appear before detective Fred Mirondo at CIID headquarters in Kibuli at 2pm on Friday.
Singer “Nabbi Omukazi” Summoned over Nebanda’s Death
Posted on March 22, 2013
Gospel Singer Maggie Kayima commonly known as “Nabbi Omukazi,” has been summoned by police to throw more light on Cerinah Nebanda’s death.Nabbi Omukazi recently released a song where she claims that she talked to the spirits of fallen Butaleja Woman MP Cerinah Nebanda.
On Thursday ,Ibin Senkumbi ,the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson said that they want Maggie Kayima ,Nabbi Omukazi to explain “what the spirits told her about the death of Nebanda and how she talked to them.”
Kayima in her song refutes government reports that Cerina Nebanda died of drug abuse in December 2012
Nabbi Omukazi is required to appear before detective Fred Mirondo at CIID headquarters in Kibuli at 2pm today March 22, 2013.
The self proclaimed Prophetess and gospel singer became famous after her hit in ‘Nabbi Omukazi’ but has of recent released secular songs as well .
Nabbi Omukazi Wanted By Police Over Emitima Song
Article by: Ian Ortega Date: March 21, 2013
The Police has sent Maggie Kayima a letter asking her to appear at Police over her controversial 'emitima gy'abantu' song.
The Kampala metropolitan police Spokesman Ibin Ssekumbi says Nabbi Omukazi will be quizzed over the lyrics she used in her song and the various issues police has failed to understand that the song aims to put to light.
"Nabbi Omukazi must shed more light concerning what she sang about in her song, we don't seem to understand what she meant," said Ssenkumbi.
Ssekumbi said that calling Kayima for questioning follows complaints from a person whose name has been withheld. The person in question said the song was hurting certain people and Kayima had a hidden motive in composing the song.
Ssenkumbi said that in this particular song Kayima seems to mention some names. These names and why they are included in the song is the reason police want Kayima to make an appearance.
Kayima will be expected at the CID offices at 8am on Friday morning without fail.