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Publish Date: Sep 10, 2006
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By Joyce Namutebi

PASTOR Robert Kayanja of Rubaga Miracle Centre has told critics who say he is amassing wealth and building a palace to mind their own business.

He said the magnificent house he is building on the shores of Lake Victoria in Gaba is not for everybody but a marriage gift to his Nnalongo (his wife Jessica).

“It’s none of their business,” he said on Saturday. He said the house would be much more grand when completed.

He was addressing hundreds of marrieds attending a one-day festival dubbed ‘The Great Marriage Celebration’ at Nakivubo Stadium in Kampala.

His address, that came at the close of the festival, drew ululations and shouts of ‘Alleluia, Amen!’ from fellow pastors and the marrieds. Kayanja had rushed all the way from Jinja, where he had gone to preach to soldiers, to attend the celebration.

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