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Pastor Kayanja sodomy accusers convicted
Publish Date: Oct 03, 2012
Pastor Kayanja sodomy accusers convicted
Convicts in court. Photo by Kennedy Oryema
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By Vision Reporter

Buganda Road Court Wednesday fined six people sh1m each and ordered them to do 100 hours of comminity service after convicting them of conspiring to destroy Pastor Robert Kayanja's name and profession.

The convicts are Pastors Solomon Male of Arising for Christ Ministries, Martin Sempa of Makerere Community Church, plus Michael Kyazze and Robert Kayiira of Omega Healing Centre.

Others are Dorothy Kyomuhendo, and local musician David Mukalazi. Kayanja heads the Rubaga Miracle Centre, and runs the global Robert Kayanja Ministries.

They alleged that Kayanja sodomised boys at his Rubaga-based Miracle Centre Cathedral.

 



 

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