Pastor Kakande to prove critics wrong, threatens to close Kampala with mega Crusade

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Pastor Samuel Kakande has moved to prove his critics wrong. This weekend the Kubbiri Pentecostal pastor is taking all his followers to Nelson Mandela National Stadium in Namboole.

The pastors handlers who spoke to this website say, the Prophet of the Synagogue Church of all Nations will on Friday and Saturday, October 27-28 hold a grand crusade in the biggest stadium in Uganda to prove to the naysayers that “God still works wonders through him”.

Announcements made on different platforms say the crusade is welcoming anyone to the crusade including those with serious problems and challenges which need miracles to go.

Remmy Ntambi who attends Kakande’s church says there will be different professionals in the audience who will testify how far they have come since their pastor prayed over them.

“They will also come from different nations. We are a church of all nations,” Ntambi said in a phone call.

Watchdog Uganda website understands that Kakande is going to use the two days to show his church occupies a special place in the Ugandan Christian ministry.

For that matter, Kakande’s followers have threatened to condone off Kampala as they trek, commute or drive to Namboole from 10am on Friday. They warn, there will be heavy traffic jam in the city already notorious for its terrible jam.

The crusade will run through Friday and Saturday.


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One Response to Pastor Kakande to prove critics wrong, threatens to close Kampala with mega Crusade

  1. Joseph Kimeze says:

    They will prove that Synagogue church is nunumber one

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