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Tooro: Museveni Loses Votes Over Sectarianism

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more about http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/contact-form.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Pastor Richard Balinda attached to the Power of God ministries in West division Fort Portal municipality, side effects http://cdaink.com.br/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php says he is disappointed by the Kabarole RDC Stephen Asiimwe, salve http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/class-wp-error.php who accuses pastors of causing insecurity by their night prayers.


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He also attacked the RDC for segregating the Pentecostal churches from other religious denominations that they are not recognised at all in the country.


“The RDC and other NRM leaders only recognise the Catholic Church, Muslim and protestant churches as the only denominations in the country. This is sectarianism of the highest order and we strongly condemn it.”


Pastor Bless Masiko of Miracle and wonders International Kibimba, says the leaders have remained in power because of their daily prayers.


“President Museveni recognises some Pentecostal churches, Seventh Day Adventist churches and other sects without segregation. We are wondering why his leaders are practicing segregation and divisionism,” Masika put in.


Pastor Masiko explains that as one way of showing their disappointment, they will not support the NRM Party in the 2016 general elections because the leaders do not respect them.


This was during the launch of the NRM MPs Kyankwanzi resolution to endorse President Museveni as sole presidential candidate in 2016 held at East Division Conference hall in Fort Portal on Thursday.


Stephen Asiimwe, the Kabarole RDC, in his response said he has no kind words for Pentecostal churches clarifying, that they have indeed increased insecurity by making noise at night.


“The churches are harbouring criminals who attack and break into people’s houses. Some Pentecostal pastors have gone ahead to force their believers sell their land and bring money to them for healing. This has resulted into land wrangles.”

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