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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Luciferic nonsense : Muslim cleric in Uganda blames drought on moral decay

Tourist celebrates memorable moment at the equator, in Kayabwe(Uganda)

45 that ye may be the children of your Father who is in Heaven. For He maketh His sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust(Matthew 5:45)


Scripture states categorically that God sends rain to both the just and unjust. God does not send rain because people are righteousness. Therefore the view of the muslin cleric in Uganda is just erroneous. It is currently very hot in Uganda about 32 degrees  because the sun is always overhead at the equator on 21st March every year. It is obvious that it is going to rain in Uganda shortly and this rain will not come because of muslim prayers. April  has always been a wet month in Uganda. In April, 2015, God is going to send rain in Uganda on both the just and unjust, sinners and righteous people. Amen

Muslim cleric blames drought on moral decay

By Stephen wandera

Posted  Tuesday, March 17  2015 at  02:00 
Kampala. The sun heat seems to be relentless even when weather experts promised rain would fall this month. However, the Muslim community has blamed the prolonged drought on moral decay.

Speaking to the faithful at Kibuli Mosque yesterday, the Kampala District Kadhi, Sheikh Siliman Kasule Ndirangwa, said the public should pray to God and repent of their sins if the country is to get rain.

Western Tourists at the Uganda equator

“Rain belongs to God. The Koran says God has five things that are under his command over human beings. God determines where one will die, what is in the womb, what will happen to someone the next day, how long one will live on earth and rain. So as believers, we pray that God releases rain. But we have also to repent our sins,” Sheikh Ndirangwa said.
“Our society is engaged in homosexuality, corruption and fraud, among others that are the cause of our suffering. When rain starts, your people Allah, will plant more crops, harvest, sell and become richer,” he added.

Asked when he expects rain, Sheikh Ndirangwa said: “It is Allah (God) to decide.”
Ms Sumaya Kawaga, one of the Muslims who attended the prayers, said she was also optimistic that it would rain soon.

Teso sub-region is one of the most hit with a prolonged drought that started in September 2014. It has led to the drying up of several valley dams, shallow wells, boreholes and spring wells.

Land in most places in the sub-region is parched, reducing the grazing fields to powdery soils that animals struggle to feed on.

Already, there are reported cases of dozens of animals dying of thirst as well as pasture shortage in the general cattle corridor.

Floods in Kampala on 1st April, 2015 
Floods in Kampala

 Floods in Kampala on 1st April, 2015 

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 Floods in Kampala on 1st April, 2015 
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Floods in Kampala on 1st April, 2015