Uganda Pentecostal Churches and the War in Iraq
Whomsoever will save his life shall loose it…(Luke 9:24)
Many Pentecostals churches IN Uganda are wash with testimonies of their faithfuls who were blessed by God because they served in Iraq as guards . Some of these people protect facilities of US army in Iraq. Some of the people who have served in Iraq are church ministers. Despite the fact that many people have amassed wealth from Iraq, God has nothing to do with this ‘blessing’. The god behind the war in Iraq is satan. It is amazing how born again saints are very willing to surrender their children to the devil for the sake of prosperity.
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This case shows the deception in the church . Many born again christians are not concerned about truth any more. What they want from the Lord Jesus Christ is material prosperity and prestige. They are ready to support the oppression of the poor for the sake of prosperity . God used the war in Iraq to test the hearts of men. Many Pastors and Christians in America and else where who supported the war in Iraq have been exposed by God. Many non-believers hate Christianity because of this level of hypocrisy.
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If you are not born again, do not refuse Christ because of these hypocrites. Even the lord Jesus Christ talked about them and experienced them. YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN. Check out what the Lord Jesus Christ stood for and decide by yourself.
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‘Ugandans subjected to slavery in Iraq’
Wednesday, 24th June, 2009
By Henry Mukasa, Cyprian Musoke and Simon Longoli
Parliament yesterday heard of how some female Ugandans taken to Iraq with promises of lucrative jobs, ended up trapped in slavery and forced sex.
Makindye West MP Hussein Kyanjo (JEEMA) told the House presided over by the deputy Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, he had spoken with five of the victims over the phone.
He said the women were promised secretarial jobs but ended up as house maids.
“They were used for other things outside the agreed work,” Kyanjo said.
“Although they were promised $400, none of them has received payment. They tried to raise these issues with the people they were working for.”
“Unfortunately, they were picked up and put in what appears to be a ‘safe house’,” Kyanjo narrated to an attentive House.
“They talked to me one after another. They said they are frequently beaten by their masters,” added Kyanjo.
The MP reported that the stranded girls were taken to Iraq by a company, Uganda Veterans which has offices in Muyenga, a Kampala suburb.
According to the MP, the women recall they dealt with Godfrey Karingiri, a one Kyalimpa and Gordon, all officials at the company.
He said the girls include Rachel and Mable Malagala, daughters of Mrs. Joyce Semakula of Katwe in Makindye Division and Doreen Nalubwama Kisakye, a daughter of Christopher Sempala of Nakulabye Eliot Zone in Rubaga Division.
Others are Enid Tushabe of Jeremiah Karuhanga from Kanyaryeru in Kiruhura and Sanyu Nakazibwe, a daughter to Sarah Nassimbwa of Makerere Kivulu in Kawempe Division.
“The girls have requested me to ask Parliament to find a way of bringing them back,” Kyanjo said.
He added: “I ask Parliament to direct the ministries of gender and labour and that of foreign affairs to explain how the purported company is running. Parliament should stop this company,” he appealed. Kyanjo said he had reported the girls’ plight to the Uganda Human Rights Commission, Foundation for Human Rights Initiative and the Human Rights Watch.
Kadaga said if the report was true it would be tantamount to human trafficking by disguise.
She directed the clerk to take up the matter with the two ministries.
Both ministers and their deputies did not attend Parliament.
Sebuliba Mutumba (DP) said the case showed the urgency for the Government to design a policy for kyeyo seekers and companies ferrying them.
“They are being abused, raped and defiled.”