One presidential candidate to die – Pastor Kayanja prophesies
Publish Date: Jan 01, 2006
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By Flavia Nakagwa

PASTOR Robert Kayanja has again prophesied that there will be three presidential candidates as one will drop off and the other will die.

Kayanja, while speaking during overnight prayers ending 2005 on Saturday at Rubaga Miracle Centre, repeated the prophesy about the 2006 elections as fire works filled the skies for over 15 minutes.

“There are going to be five candidates who will stand, two will drop off and one will die. Of the three, the winner will get 61.8%,” he said. Last year, he gave a similar prophecy.

Kayanja said all political parties were looking for power but what they needed was God in their endeavours. “Only candidates that are favouring the Lord’s cause shall win the 2006 elections,” he said.

Kayanja said Uganda should not look to man or nations for survival, but to God who is the source of everything.

He said the glory of God was to cover Uganda, its neighbours and wipe out the begging culture. He said politicians were going to get born again.

Pastor Peter ssematimba and Wilson kyambadde said it was time for the children of God to take charge of the city.

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