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Uganda’s first daughter to join pastors in a trip to America for fundraising

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By Robert Mugabe

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Ugandan first daughter Pastor P.R Museveni and hundred more Ugandan pastors to travel to USA and Canada to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ also with the mission to hunt for the dollars to establish East Africa Christian University (EACU) in Kalamoja, Great Lakes Voice has learnt.

The office established to register 100 pastors in Uganda is working behind the clock to have credible men and women of God with clean record and polished English to send to America to carry out mobilization.

According to the organizing committee, Janet Museveni, state minister for Kalamoja, the region will be hosting an international university that will be training in the various disciplines of Arts and Science. Also Christian doctrines are the core in all principal subjects.  The money that will be collected in America mission will be used to build primary, high schools and hospitals in Kalamoja. students from the regional countries will admitted, and elite professors will be employed from prestigious universities to give international standard to the school.

The group of pastors will be received by American based “Say Yes International” and distribute them to 400 churches for three months. The mission is expected to be widely covered by Christian radios, websites, TV and bloggers.

Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga, owner of Top Radio has announced he will be opening a radio in Kalamoja very soon. For he believes that media is the power that can change for development.

Born again churches are excited about Janet Museveni’s plan to restore hope with Christians themselves. Pastor Robert Ochieng has been appointed the ambassador to the region. The group which is to shake-up north America will show case what Uganda has in stork as far as Christianity and patriotism is concerned

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  1. pastor Eliud Sakari

    April 2, 2013 at 3:25 PM

    It ,s rare case to most sons and daughters of presidents,She can be the exeptional child in Africa .I join you in one faith in prayer that may God bless you and the whole team

  2. Kris Etonu

    September 25, 2013 at 11:23 AM

    This thing is fake & will NEVER happen. These guys who are organizing such a trip are likely to be con men. The same trick was done in Juba, South Sudan about two months ago and they made away with 8.000 dollars and 60 passports. Watch out men of God!!

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