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11:19
11:19

Busoga Leaders, Christ for All Nations Church Reconcile people 4 2

It is alleged that Bonnke, staged their first mega gospel crusade in Jinja district, however, the then central government representative, Cleophas Karashani, pulled him off the pulpit, accusing him of sound pollution and deterring people from working.
11:00
11:00

Orthodox Papal Visit Excites Jinja City Christian 3 5

Theodoros II tasked Orthodox Christians to safeguard church land, but also promote brotherhood within the circles of believers subscribing to other religious denominations, arguing that such acts fulfill Christ’s plans for humanity.
12:48
12:48

Presidential Candidate Stops Campaigning, Starts Praying God 3

“What has been decided has been decided and now I have to concentrate on the spiritual part without thinking of other things to divert me,” says the candidate
13:03
13:03

COVID-19 Pandemic A Lesson Not to Glorify Money-Luweero Bishops God 1 3

While delivering his Easter Message the Luweero Diocesan Bishop Eridard Kironde Nsubuga said that the World is facing turbulent times over COVID 19 pandemic but Christians should trust God to overcome the crisis.
08:43
08:43

Nine Arrested in Iganga for Defying Ban on Closure of Churches village 3 1

The cult members were attending a fellowship of around fifty members and had locked themselves inside their incomplete church.
17:40
17:40

Busoga Bishop Warns Politicians Against Making Empty Promises election 1 1

While preaching to Christians at Iganga Cathedral Church on Christmas Day, Wakula says that voters are outraged that several promises made in the past have not yet been fulfilled.
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14:59

MP Kyagulanyi Asks Church to Speak Out Against Human Rights Abuses people 3 1

He argued that more and more Ugandans are facing injustices without an opportunity to receive a fair hearing in the judicial system, and can only rely on churches for protection. He stressed that when religious leaders fail to address issues affecting their communities due to fear of reprimand from the state, the citizens may die in despair.
13:39
13:39

Taxi Kills Four Kenyan Pilgrims accident 3 2 Top story

The deceased Kenyan victims who were on their way to Namugongo Martyrs shrine have since been identified as Sarah Adiambo, Godfrey Abaga, Kevinah Akila, and Roselyn Mutunga.
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