MPs want govt to act on Kayanja over prophecy
Publish Date: Jan 06, 2006
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By Vision Reporters

MPS have expressed concern over Pastor Robert Kayanja’s prophecy that one of the presidential candidates would die.

During overnight prayers at his Rubaga Miracle Centre on December 31, Kayanja prophesied that out of the five candidates, one would quit the race, while one would die.

On Wednesday, Odonga Otto asked the Attorney General and the ministers of information and ethics to tell Parliament what action they had taken on Kayanja. “Have you made efforts to draw the charge sheet on such pastors?”

he asked. He said Kayanja should reveal the would-be victim and when they would die so that the Police can protect them.

He said his FDC party did not want any candidate to die. “We want Museveni alive so that we can defeat him,” he said.

Local government minister Tarsis Kabwegyere asked him not to “popularise speculation and probable madness”.

State minister for information Nsaba Buturo and deputy Speaker Rebecca Kadaga asked members to pray so that the prophecy does not come to pass.

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