Businessmen, Politicians Leave Kampala to Consult Evil Spirits in Villages Every Wednesday, Claims Bishop
Bishop Says Museveni Must Listen to God
RETIRED BISHOP EDWARD MUHIMA ON WITCHCRAFT
Dr Edward Muhima made the claim at the weekend while speaking at a thanksgiving service at Ndejje Secondary School in Luweero District.
“Our people have special days when they go to consult evil spirits,” claimed the retired cleric.
“We have been undertaking a research to find out why many people leave Kampala City and move to rural areas on Wednesday.”
The bishop also insisted: “Our findings point to witchcraft. They move out to go and consult the evil spirits.”
RETIRED BISHOP EDWARD MUHIMA TO MUSEVENI
Dr Muhima added that he had “openly told three-decade President Yoweri Museveni that God must be put back into the equation of this country”.
“Whatever we do without his guidance will not see the light of the day,” he repeated the words he had told Museveni.
“This country is totally rotten… You can imagine a leader to build at the expense of the suffering population.”
For long, Museveni and clerics have been engaged in a war of words.
Anglican archbishop Stanley Ntagali would later say the church won’t quit politics.
RETIRED BISHOP EDWARD MUHIMA: ONLY GOD-FEARING LEADERS WILL CHANGE UGANDA
The retired man of God said only God-fearing leaders would turn around Uganda.
He added that “our people have fallen short of what is expected of a God-fearing nation”.
“I can strongly assert that there is no political leader who will change Uganda unless we get leaders who fear and respect God.”