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Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Roman Catholics and the Spirit of Fornication : Uganda's Catholic Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga thanks Ancestral devils for helping her Win the position of speaker of Parliament

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga Kisses Pope Benedict XVI's ring

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You can not be roman catholic and escape the spirit of fornication. What Hon. Kadaga did is exactly what a number of  popes have been doing. What she did is exactly what a number of catholics  in Uganda do i.e being staunch Catholics while remaining committed to ancestral worship.

 

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Minister Kiyingi: How Could Speaker Kadaga Worship Spirits in a Shrine?

Kadaga (C) praying to her gods in Busoga this past weekend
Kadaga (C) praying to her gods in Busoga this past weekend

    By: admin

  • May 24,2016
State Minister for Regional Cooperation, Asuman Kiyingi, has blasted Speaker Rebecca Kadaga for visiting a shrine in Busoga where she prayed and celebrated with gods this past weekend.
In a viral video, Kadaga defended her trip to the caves of her ancestors, saying, “Doesn’t everyone have roots?”
Kiyingi, a renowned critic of the Speaker, said he was “still in shock and deeply saddened over what I saw in that video.”
The Minister said whereas it is every citizen’s constitutional right to worship in whatever manner they so wish, “leaders are role models who should be very careful in what they choose to preach or practice.”
Scenes of Kadaga climbing hills and kneeling before caves to worship spirits have divided public opinion.
Late Pope Paul II kisses Koran


Some observers claim Kadaga is right to hold celebrations with her ‘ancestors.’ Others argued that being seen paying tribute to gods is satanic.
Power of the ‘unseen’
But Kadaga argued that her ancestors helped her emerge victorious in the race for Speaker.
MP Jacob Oulanya stepped down for Kadaga following President Museveni’s intervention, allowing her retain the seat unchallenged.
“My Christian friends may liberally view this matter and let it pass without comment. But as a Muslim I must say this is shirk which in spiritual terminology tantamount to treason,” charged Kiyingi.
“It is therefore a very serious matter. A person who dies in a state of shirk will not be forgiven by God (4:49),” he added.
Kiyingi urged Kadaga to repent for the sin
He said leaders who swear by the Holy Bible must not fall short of living up to the country’s motto ‘For God and my Country’ in execution of their duties.
“I therefore pray that those depicted in this video that has now gone viral, engaging in spirit/devil worship contrary to scripture, find the humility to repent and seek God’s forgiveness to uphold our national motto “For God and my Country’”.

The Pope pray towards Mecca togehter with the Grand Mufti of Istanbul.
Pope Francis Prays in Blue Mosque

Speaker Kadaga under attack over devil worshipping


    By Watchdog reporter

    Speaker Rebecca Kadaga found time off her busy schedule to return to her ancestral home to pay homage to her ancestors.
    In a video that went viral over the weekend, Speaker Kadaga is seen kneeling before rocks, and is quoted saying she was thanking her ancestral spirits for blessing her political path that she managed to defeat her political rivals.



    But she's under scathing attack for devil worshipping.
    Sam Lyomoki (workers) wrote to Kadaga calling upon her to repent.
    Asuman Kiyingi, another politician from Musoga said what Kadaga did was profanity.