Thursday 28 July 2022

The Pagan Filth of Roman Catholicism: Catholic church probes ‘miracle’ for beatification of Msgr Ngobya

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July 19, 2022


Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Catholic church has begun looking into a potential miracle that if confirmed would lead to the beatification and eventual canonization of Monsignor Aloysius Ngobya.


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Rev. Fr. Henry Kasule, the promoter of Ngobya’s case, says there is a 12-year-old girl named Angella Nakaweesi whose parents claim that she was miraculously cured after the intercession of the deceased priest.

Fr Kasule says available information, which is yet to be backed by scientific proof, shows that a mother identified as Beatrice Nassuwa who is a resident in Sembabule parish in Masaka diocese gave birth to a girl in 2008. However, the baby had a heart condition which was diagnosed and medical experts advised that she needed to undergo surgery.

Kasule adds that they have been informed that despite their best efforts, the girl’s family was unable to afford the expensive medical bill for their ill child, and as a result, they turned to prayer and intercession through Msgr. Ngobya.

Nassuwa, also claims that her daughter’s recovery was a miracle because they had no other options and had turned to God for solace. Nassuwa asserts that her child’s life had a difficult beginning and that her family was shocked to notice her progression as she grew older.

Ever since the cause of the beatification of Ngobya was initiated, the faithful have been praying for an extraordinary miracle to be wrought through the intercession of the priest, who has been exalted to the position of servant of God.

Msgr Ngobya, who died in 1985 is said to have performed miracles during his lifetime.

In 2011, with clearance from the Vatican, the Church instituted a commission of inquiry to ascertain whether Msgr Ngobya deserved canonization. His body was exhumed by the Catholic Church in the presence of a team specially sent from Rome. It was reported that even after 26 years in the grave, his heart, lungs, kidney, part of his brain, and clothes were found intact.

 Catholic church probes 'miracle' for beatification of Msgr Ngobya

According to Rev Fr Dr. Edward Ssekabanja, the Masaka diocesan chancellor who is also the chairperson of a committee tasked to gather evidence to support the process towards Msgr. Ngobya’s beatification, a miracle is still required before it can be taken into consideration.

Rev Fr Dr. Ssekabanja who was also a member of the committee on the cause for the beatification of Mother Kevin, explains that a potentially miraculous cure must be instantaneous or sudden, complete and permanent, and with no scientific, or natural explanation.

Now, with the claim of the miraculous healing of Nakaweesi tabled, Fr Kasule adds that they have already gathered some information including the medical records of the child which they are soon going to hand over to Fr Ssekabanja so that it is investigated.

To verify miracles, a Vatican-appointed Miracle Commission typically made up of theologians and scientific experts – looks into the claim. Traditionally, a panel of five experts, including non-Catholics, reviews the putative miracle, examining any available medical reports. At least three of the five must agree that the hand of God has prevailed where science faltered.

In 2018, Rome began reviewing the evidence presented by Masaka diocese. Since then, many believers, who claim to have received special healing by praying at their graves in Kitovu Cathedral, Masaka district, have agitated for his beatification and eventual canonization.

The church has been recording testimonies from diverse people, recording accounts of hundreds of favours that they attribute to Ngobya’s intercession. Many of these testimonies were sent to the Roman Curia’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints in 2016 when the church concluded its investigation into the life, virtues, and intercessory powers of the deceased priest.

Although the aforementioned testimonies were kept private, it has been said that majority of them were in category of favours rather than miracles.

As the church probes Nakaweesi’s miracle, Dr John Omagino, a cardiologist says that in some cases congenital heart defects can naturally be corrected in childhood but once a child is above four years, the defect must be corrected by surgery.

Omagino who is also the Executive Director Uganda Heart Institute, however further notes that they have had challenges with people who claim to have miraculously cured from these congenital heart defects putting up false hope and later returning when the condition has deteriorated.

The road to sainthood is not new to Uganda as Ugandan Martyrs paved the way in the canonization process. However, it took 52 years for the process to be completed. A disabled youngster called Levocatus Kalema of Kakuuto Sub-county in Rakai District walked after a nine-day novena via the intercession of Uganda Martyrs for this group of 22 young converts to be beatified and afterward revered to sainthood.

Since the martyrs, two other causes have been successfully handled in Uganda, including the beatification of Daudi Okello and Jildo Irwa, and the upcoming beatification of Fr. Dr Giuseppe Ambrosoli on November 22, 2022.



Tuesday 26 July 2022

Uganda: Teenager dies of multiple organ failure after Covid jab: Govt probes death of medical student after Covid-19 vaccine

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Teenager dies of  multiple organ failure after Covid jab

A 16-year old boy, who received a Covid jab, which allegedly triggered multiple organ failures, has died.


According to close family members, Jonathan Luyinda died on Saturday and was buried yesterday at his ancestral home in Nzizi, Masaka District.

“My brother is dead, the doctors told us his heart failed, they tried to resuscitate him but unfortunately, it didn’t work,” Mr Jasper Nsubuga, Luyinda’s elder brother, confirmed to Monitor yesterday.


Luyinda, a former Senior Two student at St Martin Secondary School in Mpigi District, had been in and out of hospital since February.

He had battled intense body swellings and multiple organ failure allegedly caused by the vaccine.

Last month, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Health, Mr Emmanuel Ainebyoona, confirmed that they were aware of Luyinda’s case and investigations were underway to establish whether his condition was due to the vaccine or pre-existing illnesses.

Mr Ainebyoona yesterday told this newspaper that the investigations were concluded and the report would be released soon.

“Investigations were done and the report is being worked on, I can’t comment on the matter because I am not authorised to discuss the results yet. However, as soon as the report is out, the results will be communicated by the director general of Health Services,” he said.

The deceased’s mother, Ms Tendo Nalwadda, said Luyinda was in intensive care unit at Kiruddu Referral Hospital for the last 33 days before they were informed that his heart had failed.

She said he was full of hope and dreamt of being an engineer.


“We have struggled to ensure my son gets better, the family incurred all kinds of debts to get my son back to life but it has all ended in vain. Jonathan wanted to be an engineer, and I am saddened that I will never come to witness this,” she said.

Mr Nsubuga described Jonah, as they fondly called him, as a prayerful boy, who was jolly and full of life before it took a turn for the worst leading to his untimely death.

“Jonathan was a prayerful person, he loved sports, especially football, he was kind, always happy and loved school. He hated missing class and enjoyed learning something new every day, his death was unjust and totally avoidable,” he said.

The family claimed Luyinda had been vaccinated at school in the district vaccination programme spearheaded by the district health officers without their consent.

Last month, the head teacher of St Martin secondary school, Mpigi, Mr Raphael Mpagazi, confirmed that students in his school were inoculated in the district vaccination programme that targeted children between the ages of 12 and 17.

The government also banned Covid-19 vaccination in all schools across the country and advised parents who are interested in vaccinating their children to take them to hospitals and other designated centres.

Head teachers in both public and private schools were also warned against illegal Covid vaccination mandates.

Luyinda’s case was first brought to limelight during a National Economic Empowerment Dialogue  press conference led by Mr Joseph Kabuleta, who among other anti-Covid vaccine activists,  warned against vaccination of children. They claimed children have a naturally strong immunity and are not vulnerable to the virus.

Another incident

This is the second death occurring after multiple organ failure allegedly following Covid jab.

In September last year, Rosette Kyarikunda, a medical student at Busitema University, allegedly experienced multiple organ failure, two weeks after receiving a Covid jab. Health officials promised to investigate the cause of her death.

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