Thursday 22 July 2021

We shall see these Wolves by their Fruits : Adeboye to TB Joshua: We shall meet again at the feet of the Lord Jesus on the resurrection morning

 Pastor Adeboye Sends Condolence To TB Joshua's Widow/Family. - YouTube

Pastor Enoch Adeboye's subscribes to Kenneth Copeland lies that ; Jesus is not the only begotten son of God ; Jesus was born again in hell

Adeboye on TB Joshua: We shall meet on resurrection day    

 July 17, 2021

 By Sam Eyoboka 

GENERAL Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has broken his silence over late Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua by sending a letter of condolence to Mrs Evelyn Joshua, wife of the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), late Prophet T.B. Joshua.

BREAKING NEWS ! Pastor Adeboye Pays Tribute to TB Joshua - Hetty Os Blog -  Women focused, Very Nigerian
The letter was dated June 15, 2021 and signed by the General Overseer òf RCCG and was made known to the media recently.

 Adeboye had been a antagonist of Joshua and he even said some years ago that he would not preach in Joshua’s church unless the prophet would allow him to preach salvation message to him to become born again before he could minister in his church.

Many top Christian leaders did not condole with Joshua except a few of them.

In the letter addressed to Mrs Evelyn Joshua, Adeboye said he joined millions of people worldwide to register the church’s condolence with her on the passing of her husband.

He said he believed he would meet Joshua at the feet of the Lord Jesus on the resurrection morning.
The letter reads in full:
“Calvary greetings in Jesus name. We want to join millions of people across the globe to register our condolence with you on the passing of your husband, Pastor T.B. Joshua.

“We take solace in the Lord, believing that we shall meet again at the feet of the Lord Jesus on the resurrection morning.

 “We therefore, pray for you, your children and the entire church that, the Lord will uphold all of you and such untimely death shall cease in our midst in Jesus mighty name.

“Be assured of our continuous prayers. Yours in Him. Pastor E.A. Adeboye, General Overseer,” he said.




TB Joshua Makes satanic horn hand sign.The sigh means that God(son, father and holy spirit)) is bowing down to the devil. The two pointed  fingers represent the horns of the goat(devil) and the three bent fingers represent the Trinity(God the father, God the son and God the Holy spirit)

Even if you mourn Nigerian Occultist Temitope Balogun Joshua (T B Joshua) for one year : Even if you burry him in a trillion dollar casket, it will not change his destiny. The truth is, he is in hell

 Pastor Yiga confessed Salvation on his death bed'-Keisha. – HICGI News  Agency

Fake late Pastor Yiga Augustine  Makes satanic horn hand sign.The sigh means that God(son, father and holy spirit)) is bowing down to the devil. The two pointed  fingers represent the horns of the goat(devil) and the three bent fingers represent the Trinity(God the father, God the son and God the Holy spirit).

Late Occultist Yiga Augustine’s Famous satanic Sign  

 Exposed talking to satan Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, etc making satani...  | Benny hinn, Send in the clowns, Christian faith


Pastor Kenneth Copeland makes the satanic horn hand sign




Pastors Robert and Jesicca Kayanja, Bro. Ronnie Makabai and The Katikkiro of Buganda Kingdom, Charles Peter Mayiga pay tribute to occultist Augustine Yiga

When the serpents of Ecumenism infest a Minister of God : Pastor Yiga was a servant of God, he taught Prayer, love and Unity like Jesus Christ says Pastor Professor Simeon Kayiwa

Nigerian Prosperity Pastor Enock Adeboye Prays for President Museveni at State House : What God is doing in Nigeria, He will do in Uganda – Adeboye: Nigerian born pastor and one of the fiftieth most influential people in the world, Pastor Encoh Adeboye and his wife Foluke Adeboye jetted into Uganda for their third visit aboard his private jet N730EA Gulfstream G550 

Pastor Enoch Adeboye arrives in Uganda 

Pastor Enoch Adeboye's subscribes to Keneth Copeland lies that ; Jesus is not the only begotten son of God ; Jesus was born again in hell 


Sunday 18 July 2021

Sister Erica Mukisa Kimani a former sorcerer exposes Jose Chameleon connection with Satanism and devil Worship: Erica also worked with Brenda Facie(a lesbian) and AK 47: Her story is incredibly consistent



|CONFESSIONS| Trading with the devil


Jose Chameleon Initiated me into Satanism  

Erica Mukisa Former Devil Worshiper tells how she was Initiated into Sorcery Part 1 | Mission 3:16 

Erica Mukisa Former Devil Worshiper tells how she was Initiated into Sorcery Part 2 | Mission 3:16


Erica's Testimony about Heaven and Eternal Value 


Uganda: Chameleone Survives Death, Injures Limbs

The New Vision, 5 October 2008

Kampala — Local music star, Jose Chameleone a.k.a Joseph Mayanja last Friday night, survived death narrowly when he sleepwalked through the window of his hotel room on the third floor of Impala Hotel in Arusha.

Chameleone who had traveled to Tanzania for weekend music shows in Arusha and Tanga; broke both lower bones of his legs.

Jose Chameleon's alleged attacker dies of Injuries

Saved Catholic !!! Ugandan Catholic musician AK 47 dies in bar: Shortly before his death, he released a song where he claims that he is saved as well as his catholic brothers Chameleon and Pallaso: Drugs suspected in AK47’s death, police rule out murder

Illuminati claims to have killed Ugandan Singer AK 47 because he became a born again Christian

The tragic heroism of Brenda Fassie: Africa’s first openly gay pop star

Out of a thousand people you talk to in Africa, maybe two would say they don’t know Brenda,” producer and musician Sello Twalla is reported to have said one time about the woman he knew very well.

Brenda Fassie was a few months shy of 40 when she died on May 9, 2004. The South African singer’s life was cut short by respiratory and cardiothoracic challenges. Post-mortem examinations also showed Fassie had overdosed on cocaine prior to falling into a coma from which she would never recover.

"I am a shocker. I like to create controversy. It's my trademark." – Brenda Fassie

A black woman wearing a head wrap, a crop top, and multicolored bangles and necklaces poses with one hand on her hip and the other outstretched.

A black woman wearing a head wrap, a crop top, and multicolored bangles and necklaces poses with one hand on her hip and the other outstretched.

Content warning for drug use, overdose

This week we are excited to begin our celebration of Black History Month! To start, we will be looking at some more recent history, specifically the life and times of Brenda Fassie. Fassie was a South African pop star who gained international fame for her work and for the many media storms that built up around her. She was the niece of the famed activist-turned-president, Nelson Mandela, and held many of the same political stances throughout her life. A number of her songs were even banned in America. She was incredibly influential during her lifetime, exchanging the safety privacy could have offered her for dramatically public life. It seems only right that we explore that life now.

Brenda Fassie was what many of us would refer to as a “child star.” She knew that she wanted to be a singer from a very young age, and she began pursuing that dream early. She was in many singing groups before gaining real popularity with her band Brenda and the Big Dudes. Their song, “The Weekend Special,” sold enough records to seal her fate as one of the most popular musicians in South Africa at the time. To say she only went up from there wouldn't be quite right; while she did continue to garner fame and awards, her personal life was filled with more than her fair share of struggles.

When Brenda was 20, she had a son with one of her bandmates. In 1989, she married another man, Nhlanhla Mbambo, but the two quickly divorced. After the divorce, she was hit by addiction and struggled with a cocaine addiction for the rest of her life.

Most of the press knew about her struggles, and she never did much to hide it. She discussed her drug use publicly and reportedly took drugs in front of members of the press. This addiction led to what Fassie remembered to be one most difficult moments of her life. She awoke to find her lover, Poppy Sihlahla, had died of an overdose in their motel. After this tragedy, Fassie seemed to change, working intensely with her music and publicly discussing her addiction with a new attitude focused on recovery.

She attended rehabilitation not long after Sihlahla’s death; around the same time, she came out publicly as a lesbian. While there is much dispute over the term she used to describe herself, we want to pause here and give our stance on it.

Brenda Fassie used the label lesbian; therefore, that is the label we will use for her. She had access to other words and could have used them if she thought her identity fit under another term better, but she chose the word lesbian. We want to make a clear distinction here because while we often use our best guess to label people, there is a clear difference between providing new words to describe an old experience and speaking over how people identified themselves.

Sometimes there are difficult calls. For example, our article Kristina, King of Sweden, used she/her/hers pronouns for Kristina even though there is a distinct possibility that she was a transgender man. In the end, we decided on she/her/hers because those are the ones she used throughout her life. While we may discuss the possibility that she may have preferred others, we can not decide for her. The line may be thin at times, but there is a line. In Brenda Fassie’s case, the line is crystal clear.

Though she had relationships with men throughout her career, she described herself as a lesbian, and we will do the same. A person can be a lesbian even if they have had romantic or sexual relationships with men in their lives, and it is no one’s duty to override how people describe themselves.

Like her previous relationships with men, she and her girlfriends caused many scandals, but none were too damaging to Fassie’s image. In an interview, she said that her sexuality never affected her career too harshly: “I became more interesting to people.”

Fassie’s fame is never to be understated. She was often called “the Madonna of the Townships,” She responded, “No, no, no sweety, Madonna is the Brenda of America.” It's quite reminiscent of Magnus Hirschfeld’s response when told he was the “Einstein of Sex”: “Einstein is the Hirschfeld of Physics.”

In a rare occurrence for someone who burned so brightly, Brenda’s flame never faded. As is unfortunately too common, though, the vibrant star died far too young at 39. In 2004 Brenda Fassie overdosed on cocaine and slipped into a coma. Thirteen days later, she didn’t return to consciousness when her life support machines were turned off, and she died with her long-term partner Gloria Chaka and the rest of her family by her side.

By the time she died, circumstances of her passing had been announced, corrected, and misreported so often that it is hard to find the truth of it even now. Thousands of her fans attended the funeral; the crowd was so large that some injuries required hospitalization. In the end, her death was just as controversial and widely reported on as her life.

Because there are so many people who have looked at Fassie’s life, there are many ways to discuss the woman herself, but since we are looking at her because she is queer, that is the lens with which we look through her life. Many have fallen into when exploring how her sexuality played a role in her life is the desire to take Fassie as an accurate representation of what life in South Africa was like for queer people at the time, and that is not a correct assumption.

While Fassie was undoubtedly a part of the queer community and deserves to be recognized as such, she did not have the same experiences as many other South African queer people did at the time.

She inadvertently touches on this fact herself in an interview discussing whether she wanted to marry her then-girlfriend, saying, “We’ll get married, when we decide, we will. As a South African music icon, I think I should have my rights given to me.”

And while that was not the case, in the end, it is an interesting comment because it wasn’t legal for same-gendered couples to marry in South Africa until two years after her death. This quote is a good representation of the different attitudes Fassie faced because of her fame. She did not experience the same struggles or hurdles that many other queer South Africans did when discovering and publicly discussing their identities. She was a rich and famous woman who was the niece of one of South Africa’s most revered leaders, so her experiences should not be taken as common.

But that is not to say that South Africa was in any way behind in the fight for queer rights; they were the fifth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, and regarding laws, they are pretty fantastic. They have an equal age of consent, anti-discrimination laws in employment and all other areas, legal adoption, right to change legal gender, and men who have sex with men are allowed to donate blood. So we are not trying to advance the narrative that Africa is as a whole a bad place to be for queer people because that is not accurate. Still, we have to acknowledge that there isn’t any “universal” queer narrative in South Africa, and that is because there is no universal queer narrative anywhere.

No queer experience is universal, and the queer experiences we will discuss within this month aren’t exceptions to this. While the stories we discuss this month will be interesting and many will give us clues to what it was like to live in the places and times that the people we view were living in, they are not the last word, so don’t take them as such. If you want to learn more about how queer people lived in specific places or times, we encourage you to research that but never fall into the trap of believing you understand it all. People are wonderfully complex things, as we see so clearly with Brenda Fassie. Humans are complicated both as groups and individuals, and neither can be used to explain the other completely. The desire for knowledge is a great thing but always remember that there is no end to what we can learn, and this month should not be the limit of how long we look.

[Disclaimer: some of the sources may contain triggering material]

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Friday 16 July 2021

'This is not the Museveni I fought with' :Former Katikkiro Joseph Mulwanyamuli Ssemwogerere


'This is not the Museveni I fought with'

Thursday 15 July 2021

Benny Hinn Prophecy of a 2022 revival in Uganda is a figment of his own imagination : There will be no corporate revival led by a mighty move of the holy spirit in Uganda in 2022 : The Pentecostal church in Uganda is simply having a satanic re-awakening of apostasy , greed and the worship of mammon and man


Apostle Michael Kimuli (supports Benny Hinn 2022 Revival in Uganda )

My Analysis

There are lies moving on social media about the so called 2022 Ugandan revival prophesied by Pastor Benny Hinn. Pastor Benny Hinn is referring to a corporate revival in Uganda. There are two types of revivals; individual revival and corporate revival.

Individual revival

Throughout  history God has never stopped having personal revival encounters with his saints. Even when nations are wallowing in sin, God will still have a group of ‘7000’ who will not bow down to Baal. The mighty move of the Holy Spirit will flow on these individuals   to call people back to repentance. I know for sure that there will be personal or individual revivals for a number of Ugandan saints who have not worshipped money, man, fame and Museveni’s dirty brown envelopes. I agree with Apostle Kimuli that there are individuals(not famous and despised) in Uganda whom God is going to use to call the nation back to repentance. However, there will be no corporate revival in the country in 2022 until the church genuinely repents.

Corporate revival

Corporate revivals are might moves of the Holy spirit that infest  continents, nations, churches, communities, towns , villages, cities to mention but a few. Corporate revival will force pastors to forsake sin and the worship of man, money, titles, worldly pleasures and greed for material things. The bogus prosperity gospel will be no more. Nations, cities, towns, villages and communities are moved to accept Jesus as their Lord and saviour because the churches are different from the world. In other words, the holiness manifested in the churches forces corporate entities to run to Christ.  Uganda has not had any corporate revival during Museveni’s 35 years in power because a number of pastors in Uganda are as corrupt as Museveni’s National Robbery Movement(NRM).  In other words, the church is as filthy as the state. The filthy Pentecostal Ugandan church cannot influence the filthy Ugandan state.  Pastor Kayanja’s 77 DOGS revival and Pastor Jackson Senyonga’s P5 revivals are simply bogus apostate satanic  awakenings.

Today, the following sins are hindering corporate revival  in Uganda:

1.    The turning of churches and ministries into personal business empires that fleece the flock.

2.    The personalisation of God’s work into for example Kayanja ministries, Kiganda ministries etc

3.    The fornication with Museveni ‘s  corrupt dictatorship.

4.    Ecumenism- Fornication with the Interreligious Council of Uganda. Can you Imagine that during the recent Covid 19 ecumenical prayers, Pastor Joseph Serwada was given the task to invite a muslim Sheik Mubajje to come and pray for Uganda.

5.    The silence of the Pentecostal pastors and ministers  as Museveni kills, tortures and enslaves Ugandans

6.    The merchandising of God’s saints. Using saints of God to accumulate wealth and money.

7.    The  divorce and adultery among church ministers like Pastor Bugingo who parades his whore Susan Makula without any shame.

8.    The love for titles  such as Pastor Bishop Doctor David Kiganda, Presiding Apostle Joseph Serrwada.

9.    The intrigues and fight for power among church ministers such as pastors, singers, Ushers etc

10. The hatred for truth among pastors and the flock. For example sticking to lies like Jesus was born on Christmas day, the celebration  of Easter instead  paske or Passover.

11.   To mention but a few



You can fool people but not GOD: Pastor Robert Kayanja’s 77 D.O.G.S Revival and the Worship of the Golden Calf of Money, Materialism and Worldliness  

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Dr Michael Kimuli addresses prophetic realignment

August 21, 2020

What is God saying to Uganda?

Dr Michael Kimuli is encouraging Christians in Uganda to align themselves to the “prophetic destiny” of the country.

In an update this week, the senior pastor of Christian Discipleship Ministries International stated that God has sent a number of men and women to prophesy, “in order to tell us the destiny of Uganda,” he said.

He pointed out that in 1995, a prophetic declaration was made upon the country in which God “promised us a mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit which was to come upon our nation to transform it and the church from what it was then,” he said.

Dr Michael Kimuli shared the prophesy below:

“The time has come when my hand is going to open up the borders of Uganda, you will have an open nation for I am going to bring many people from all over the world and people who are suffering, people with heartaches, people who have come to the end of themselves will come into this nation. For I will make this nation into a living fountain where the riches of my peace will be flowing. When the peoples of the world shall come to this water they will perceive it and their hearts will receive peace they will be strengthened, they will rise up, under the anointing of the Holy Spirit, they will return home with the fire of the Holy Spirit. Many will look to this nation for their solutions the wise of the world , the powerful of the world they will come here to seek counsel from from men and women of God. I will open the boundaries of this nation because am going to raise women and men of this land and I will send them to the nations of the world with a flag of revival and wherever they will go, people will flock unto them not because of what they are but because they will see Christ in them. I purposed from long ago to turn this nation into my own jewel and I will seal it upon my palm, I will make it the glory of the nations. I the lord has purposed to make it the lamp of the nations. Not because they are worthy or because of anything good they have done but because I choose that which I choose. There are many men and women and children in this nation who have the call of God on their lives. The multitude of people in churches who look like ordinary people , or mere believers but they have mighty callings on their lives and many have got their ministries outside this nation. Some are supposed to go to other lands in order to fulfill their calling but that has not yet come to pass. My design is that I will take the whole of this nation and shake it and out of it I will produce a new people and I will send them out of this nation as my messengers into the nations of the world and wherever they will go the world will know they are sent of God and called of God.”

Furthermore, his statement was accompanied by remarks attributed to international televangelist, Pastor Benny Hinn concerning Uganda.

Speaking during the ‘Experience Conference’ at the Maker’s House Chapel International (TMH), Accra in 2019, Benny Hinn spoke of “mighty Holy Ghost restoration” in Uganda beginning 2022.

“I see a mighty move of the Holy Ghost in Uganda, a mighty move of the Holy Spirit will begin in Uganda in 2022, exactly three years from today. A mighty, mighty mighty Holy Ghost restoration will come to the nation of Uganda,” Hinn said.

For most theologians, it is recommended that all prophetic words be recorded and that they should be transcribed and kept for future reference.

In 1 Thessalonians 5:19-21, the apostle Paul writes, “Do not quench the Spirit. Do not despise the words of prophets, but test everything; hold fast to what is good.”

1 Timothy 1:18 tells the Church to prepare for warfare with God’s prophetic words at hand; “I am giving you these instructions, Timothy, my child, in accordance with the prophecies made earlier about you, so that by following them you may fight the good fight…”

“Institute prayer in every home, every community, every church and in every heart. Seek God with all your hearts and He will bring forth an unceasing fire. The Lord is awakening us again,” Dr Kumuli said.