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Pastor Kayiwa probe committee divided

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th January 2004 03:00 AM

THE six-member committee appointed to investigate witchcraft claims against Namirembe Christian Fellowship Church pastor Simeon Kayiwa (left), is divided over the final report

THE six-member committee appointed to investigate witchcraft claims against Namirembe Christian Fellowship Church pastor Simeon Kayiwa (left), is divided over the final report

THE six-member committee appointed to investigate witchcraft claims against Namirembe Christian Fellowship Church pastor Simeon Kayiwa (left), is divided over the final report, reports Solomon Muyita.

Some members accused their colleagues of hurriedly writing and releasing a minority report.

A source told The New Vision that three of the members were not party to the report released early this year and the subsequent announcements clearing Kayiwa of the allegations made by Rochelle Gibler, the American author of ‘The Power of Miracles.’

“We used to tell these people that the report needed more time to analyse but they decided to rush the issue,” the source said.

“But we have been mobilising members to make a final report. I think the final copy should be out next week,” said a member who preferred anonymity.

Pastor Morris Bukenya of Eden Revival Church, Wandegeya, chaired the commission.

Pastor Dr. Joseph Sserwadda of Victory Christian Centre in Ndeeba, who is the chairman of the National Fellowship of Born Again Churches of Uganda (NFBAC), however said that five members signed the report in his possession.

Other members include pastors Dr. Abed Bwanika, Job Obbo, Martin Ssempa, Mrs. Rebecca Mutebi, Sam Luwandaga and Sam Sseguya, a lawyer with Sseguya and company advocates.

Pastor Kayiwa probe committee divided

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