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Mbonye calls for unconditional re-opening of worship places

By Julius Senyimba

Added 22nd July 2020 07:23 PM

Religious establishments and schools got a mention but the President said that they will not be re-opened now.

Mbonye calls for unconditional re-opening of worship places

Prophet Elvis Mbonye (Courtesy picture)

Religious establishments and schools got a mention but the President said that they will not be re-opened now.

On Tuesday night, President Yoweri Museveni addressed the nation once again, where he continued to ease the national lockdown by re-opening a couple of sectors.

The address had arcades, saloons and Boda-bodas back in business with the latter having to wait until July 27,  to start ferrying passengers.

Religious establishments and schools got a mention but the President said that they will not be re-opened now.

"We are still doing more consulting and if an ideal plan is worked out, they will involve the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda on how to re-open the places of worship," the President said. 

It is in this line that Prophet Elvis Mbonye did a Facebook live stream dubbed ‘Secret perspectives with prophet Elvis Mbonye' calling for an unconditional re-opening of worship places.

"Now, I want every Pastor, Religious leader and believer in Uganda to pay closer attention and research on what God is saying and revealing such that you can lead your people in the right direction," Mbonye said. 

"The good news is that the spirit of God is planning greater things to counter the enemy and see us back to worship places but we (Uganda) have to stand against the conditional re-opening," added.

The Prophet went on citing several examples and parallels in the Bible claiming that scientists are going to come up with guidelines that contradict with the way people honour and worship God.

He further used Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli's move of not closing worship places as a living testimony.

 

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