Thursday 14 June 2007

No value for cash at Hinn crusade

No value for cash at Hinn crusade

The Weekly Observer, June 15, 2007

Local newspapers reported that more than $1.5 million was spent on Benny Hinn’s May Crusade in Kampala. What is more shocking however is the fact that less than 20 ‘miracles’ were reaped from this crusade.

Benny’s god is not the God of the Bible who indiscriminately heals everybody. Did you know that despite holding many healing crusades all over the world, Benny Hinn lacks a single medically verified healing? An investigation carried out by Dateline in 2005 revealed that some of the so-called healed people died shortly after the crusade.

I challenge the pastors in Uganda to parade the so-called Benny Hinn Namboole healings for medical verification. A couple of days from now, Pastor Creflo Dollar is going to dupe us with the same economics of spiritual foolery. Do not say I never warned you.

Kizito Michael George,
Bergen, Norway.

See also

Uganda: Oh, These External Preachers!

Benny Hinn in the News

Uganda: Benny Hinn Has a Gift????

Wednesday 13 June 2007

Thousands throng Dollar crusade

Wednesday, 13th June, 2007

By Anne Mugisa and Flavia Nakagwa

Hundreds of Christians, some from as far as Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Sudan, thronged the Namboole Stadium last evening for a crusade against poverty by American evangelist Dr. Creflo Dollar.

The Prosperity For All (Bonna Bagaggawale) crusade also attracted delegations from Kenya, Rwanda and the DR Congo.

Dr. Dollar and his wife Taffi arrived on Tuesday at the invitation of Pastor Robert Kayanja of Miracle Centre Cathedral. Dollar is expected to meet pastors and government leaders.

The gates opened at around 1:00pm, but the faithful had started lining to enter the stadium from 8:00am. Not even the afternoon drizzle could deter them. When the crusade kicked off at 7:00pm, the 42,000 capacity Namboole was full. Choirs and gospel musicians from South Africa performed at the crusade. They were joined by God’s Fire Band, which is made up of born-again UPDF soldiers.

To avoid the hiccups experienced during the Benny Hinn Crusade about a month ago, the number of entry and security points was increased to 13 rather than just two.

So the visitors did not have to brave the scorching sun for long hours.

Traders out to make a quick buck, camped outside the stadium where they hawked soft drinks and snacks.

The traffic on Jinja Road was very slow, while the stretch from Shell Kireka to the stadium was reserved for vehicles going to the crusade.

Abalokole beeyiye e Namboole

Monday 11 June 2007


Creflo Dollar coming

Coffee Break | June 11, 2007


Coming on the heels of Benny Hinn is another celebrity televangelist. Dr. Creflo A. Dollar will hold a crusade at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Namboole on Wednesday starting 7p.m.

Dollar is an internationally acclaimed preacher, founder and senior pastor of the 30,000 members World Changers Church International in the US. He has been an evangelist for over 25 years and is the publisher of Change, a magazine with over 100,000 subscribers. His Changing Your World broadcast reaches one billion homes globally.

Dollar arrives tomorrow and will be here to teaching principles of success that are not only Biblical but have worked in his life. Although Dollar is expected to preach in the evening, gates will be open from 9a.m.

There will be 500 commuter taxis from the city centre to the venue with the fare costing Shs1, 000. The event will have a 1000-voice choir, an awesome sound and lighting system and 10, 000 ushers to help people out.

Dollar's brief will not be to perform miracles but help break the yoke of poverty. After the Namboole do, Dollar will meet pastors and religious leaders on Thursday June 14 at Miracle Centre Cathedral, Rubaga between 10a.m. and 12p.m. His wife Taffi will then speak in the afternoon from 2p.m. to 4p.m.

Dollar and his wife will then be hosted to a dinner targeting corporate and businessmen at Serena Hotel Gardens at 7pm. He has not come cheap though. His visit has come at a cost of Ushs700m.


The Creflo Dollar Half a Million Dollar Africa Meeting

Creflo Dollar to 'Destroy Spirit Poverty' At Cost $0.5 Million

Prosperity Pimp Creflo Dollar is coming to Kampala, Uganda

Friday 1 June 2007

Kenya 'miracle baby' wife jailed

Thursday, 31 May 2007

Mrs Deya's husband says he aids infertile couples by prayer
The wife of Kenyan pastor Gilbert Deya accused of child trafficking has been sentenced to two years in jail by a Nairobi court for stealing a child.
Mary Deya claimed that one of her two accomplices had given birth to the child, but the court proved the woman was not the biological mother.

"The actions and claims of miraculous birth deserve no mercy," Magistrate Teresia Ngugi said.

Kenya has requested the extradition of UK-based evangelist Mr Deya.

No amount of the sentence can undo the damage done to the life of the child

Magistrate Teresia Ngugi

He runs a number of churches in UK cities and says he aids infertile couples by prayer.

Kenyan police allege the Gilbert Deya Ministries is an international baby-snatching ring, allegations Mr Deya denies.

Some children were taken into care in Kenya when DNA tests showed they were not related to women claiming to be their mothers.

"No amount of the sentence can undo the damage done to the life of the child who may never know who his biological parents are," said Ms Ngugi is quoted by Kenya's Daily Nation as saying on Wednesday.

Mrs Deya's co-accused - Miriam Nyeko and Rose Kiserem - were also jailed for two years.

The women claimed that Ms Nyeko, who is a British citizen, had given birth to the baby boy.

She was sentenced to another one year in prison - to run concurrently - for obtaining a false birth certificate.

More Resources on the scandals of Deya Ministires

Rickross articles on Deya Ministries

Deya Ministries, a place for V.I.Ps???

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More expositions of Deya Ministries

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