Pastor Ssenyonga Pleads to Security Amid ‘Assassination Plot’ By Rival Pastors

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Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga of Christian Life Church in Kavule has made a public appeal to government security agencies to investigate what he believes is an imminent plot on his life by fellow city pastors.

Pastor Ssenyonga told his followers this Sunday afternoon that he had  personally filed a complaint to security about an attempt to assassinate him, and that he had evidence.

“I have passed this information to the security organs in Uganda. If something happens to me between now and a few weeks or a few months, those three people i have told you about will be responsible,” he said.

“I have a recording. They have two strategies to kill me… I won’t reveal them here but I want them to hear and know that I know this already.

“I am telling you children of God and the whole country, if i die in an accident, in a shoot out, those three people are responsible.”

Pastor Ssenyonga didn’t mention the names of the said plotters, but he inferred that they are part of the so-called false prophets against whom he launched a campaign a few years ago.

The campaign dubbed P5 which was launched 4 years ago targeted a number of big-name pastors such as Ronnie Macabai, Samuel Kakande, Aloysius Bugingo, and the Late Augustine Yiga. 

He accused these of extortion, performing fake miracles and using satanic powers.

Preaching today, Ssenyonga alleged that these pastors had in recent days teamed up, raised funds and come up with strategies to counter the P5 campaign, which include a plot on his life.

According to Ssenyonga, the group of pastors recently embarked on a character assassination campaign in which they accused him of stealing money from President Museveni which was meant to support Born Again church pastors around the county.

Museveni last year visted Ssenyonga’s church and launched  a Shs 140million aimed at helping small church pastors start incoming generating activities of their own.

However Ssenyonga clarified that this money was from the Church’s accounts and that no penny came from State House.

“Even when the President was here i said this was our own money. If it had come from him I would have thanked him in front of you. But now these people are going out telling pastors that that i stole their money.”

Regarding reports which came in the news earlier this week that he had collected and taken money from pastors promising to build them new churches, Senyonga said all this was part of the character assassination plot.

By publication time, security forces were yet to respond to Pastor Ssenyonga’s claims.


Source – ChimpReports

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