Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Tale of contradictions : Hezekiah Walker’s Kampala concert cancelled because of an Ebola out break in Congo: Creflo dollar Stages prosperity Conferences in Kenya despite Ebola outbreak in Congo



Gospel of Greed: Creflo Dollar arrives in Kenya on a private jet, to host Sh12,000 per person dinner at Safari Park

When Capitalism merges with Christianity to the Exclusion of the Poor: American Popular Singer and Song writer Pastor Don Moen to present elitist live concerts in Kampala: Serena Hotel( @120,000 Ug. shillings, Makerere Sports Ground @ VIP 50,000 Ug. Shillings, General @ 20,000 Ug. Shillings, Worship seminar at Lubaga Miracle Centre Cathedral 20,000 Ug. Shillings @

UGAFEST 2014 : CUT and PASTE Christianity : American Prosperity pimp and Jezebel Prophetess Dr. Juanita Bynum coming to Kampala under the auspices of Ecumenist Apostle Julius Peter Oyet : She will charge 100, 000 Ug.Shs for Executive Business Breakfast and 100,000 Ug.shs for corporate women Conference


Death toll from Congo Ebola outbreak rises to 31

Published September 02, 2014

The death toll from an outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Djera region of northern Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 31, Minister of Health Felix Kabange Numbi told Reuters on Tuesday.

The outbreak in Congo's Equateur province is thought to be separate from an epidemic in the West African nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia that has killed more than 1,550 people since March.

Reason why Hezekiah Walker is not Coming to Kampala


We have been anticipating the arrival and concert of Hezekiah Walker on the 28th and 29th of August. But unfortunately we have  received news from TUKDEL ENTERTAINMENT the organizers of this event. this is what was mentioned in the Facebook post.

APOLOGIES!!! APOLOGIES!!! On behalf of Tukdel Entertainment and The Nile Gospel Concert Series, sponsors and partners, we are sad to announce that Hezekiah Walker and The love fellowship choir concert and dinner scheduled for 28th and 29th August 2014 have been canceled because of the Ebola outbreak in the Neighboring Congo.

We are sorry for the inconveniences caused. To those that bought their tickets at PAY WAY, they will be refunded.


Hezekiah Walker Coming to Kampala


17 June 2014

By Felix Eupal

Gospel must be wearing an ear to ear smile because after Don Moen thrilling Kampala just the other week, another gospel power-house is set for Kampala.

Hezekiah Walker will be performing live at Liberty Church, Lugala, on June 27, it was announced last week. The day before, Walker will be involved in a cancer charity dinner at Speke Resort Munyonyo. Cancer has recently been identified as an emerging major health issue in a country traditionally more afraid of malaria and communicable conditions such as HIV/Aids.

Walker will be helping the fight against cancer, alongside a string of other gospel artistes including Exodus and Judith Babirye. Many will ask who Walker is, but if you listen to gospel music, you have most probably listened to his music. Walker is a Grammy award-winning choir director and church pastor.


With a career spanning over three decades, Walker has collaborated with Justin Timberlake, P Diddy and Whitney Houston; he recorded more than a dozen chart-topping albums and became the face of the black Gospel choir with his classic hits Souled Out, Grateful and I Need You To Survive.

His most recent collection, titled Azusa The Next Generation, is philosophically pondering the past generations of believers who influenced his life - like the late Bishop Kenneth Moales, to whom the CD is dedicated.

The first Azusa generation was that pioneering multi-racial sect that gathered at a rundown horse stable at 312 Azusa Street in a Los Angeles ghetto in spring 1906.

There one-eyed preacher William J Seymour kicked off a Pentecostal revival that lingered for almost 10 years and gave birth to a national Pentecostal Movement espousing a holiness lifestyle, speaking in tongues, faith healing and admonitions of an impending Rapture.

In a manner, Walker is repackaging this faith that kept him during his adolescence, and making it relatable to today's youth. Patrons will have to part with Shs 10,000 for the concert, whose proceeds will go towards the fight against cancer.