By Staff Writer
It is now not a secret anymore. The Prophet of God, Elvis Mbonye has spoken through his son a one Wisdom K Peter. Peter notes that God will not allow darkness to be replaced by darkness in Uganda, at least not under the watch from the Prophet.
Here’s the full message from the Prophet’s son concerning Bobi Wine:
“THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF UGANDA
We have always said it plainly that no one will become president of Uganda after Museveni without reporting to Zoe Grounds before Prophet Elvis Mbonye.
When we talk like that, some people imagine we are thinking so much of ourselves. While others think we’re blowing ourselves out of proportion.
But you see we won’t abscond from our sacred and undelegatable duty of proclaiming the mind of God concerning this nation. A fool has said in his heart that there is no God. Now this fool could be called an atheist. However there are different levels of atheism.
If a right thinking believer can see the works God has wrought in Prophet Elvis Mbonye concerning the Hollywood oscars and the presidents he has prophesied in and out of power all over the world and remain indifferent, or treat his words with utter disdain, then that believer is operating a certain level of atheism and therefore foolishness.
I’m even told there is a downtown artist who thinks he can lead this nation. Even though we’re tired of the current one, this would be a situation of out of the frying pan into the fire. He has meanwhile won himself a huge following that includes people who should know better. Meeehn!!! Darkness ain’t a joke!!! Anyhow, compared to the the things we deal with, that guy does not need a prophecy. Because we know his end, We have chosen to let him wallow in delusions of grandeur for a season. It was disheartening though to see a super career journalist forsaking the path of life to pursue doom.
You see, because of this Prophet, the winds of change are blowing vehemently over this land. And so, men are increasingly tapping into their reverberations. This is why anyone other than the current one who seems to command a huge following will easily appeal to the people. Now you know why highly educated people are also lining up behind a downtown artist. At the same time, because the devil is unable to contend with these winds of change, he is so keen on replacing the current darkness with darker darkness. But just because a man promises to deliver men from the current darkness does not make him God’s choice.
Do you know of any prophet from bible days with a comparable record of fulfilled future national and international prophecies all happening in his time on earth? How come we can get so indifferent? How come men don’t fear?
In 2016, while nearly the whole world stood behind Clinton, this prophet declared that a certain man would trump a certain lady. Not even votes could stand in the way of his word!!!!
So where is your confidence? Is it in juju or votes or media or guns? The potency of this prophet’s words transcends all these.
While many think we’re threatening, the time is nigh that these claims will cease to be a debate but rather a reality in the face of this nation. Could it be that we’re taking our time because we’re preparing the next president? Think broadly please.
If this Prophet appointed Trump over a nation Uganda looks up to, then Uganda must be chick marsh to him. Put in another way, it’s needless to ask a man who eats glass if he is able to eat gourds.”
Cindy looking to inspire fellow female musicians in daring Cricket Oval concert
By Our Reporter
Musician Cindy Sanyu is set for a mega concert dubbed “Boom Party Concert” slated for this Saturday, March 7 at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
The “Ayokyayokya” star will be hoping to make history as the first Ugandan female musician to take on the arduous venue, one that has predominantly been used by international artists and countable Ugandan male artists.
Although she admitted worrisomeness about the choice of venue, she insists it is for the greater good and hopes to inspire fellow female musicians with the daring move.
“As a female musician who has been in the industry for over a decade, I wanted to cement my legacy with something that has not be done before. This is why I ended up choosing to hold my concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval.” Cindy told media during a press briefing held at Bight of Benin restaurant on Monday.
“I also want to squash this notion that it is only international musicians that can fill up Lugogo as well as inspire fellow women that it can be done.” She added.
Meanwhile, Cindy has promised to give fans a memorable experience, revealing that she will be performing with twice the number of dancers and instrumentalists than she usually does.
The “Boom Party Concert” will feature other artists such as Kent & Flosso, Eddy Kenzo, Maro, Karole Kasita, Rabadaba, Silver X (from South Sudan), and Viper Ranking among others.
“I know I can’t do this on my own. I am calling on everyone to come and support me. Join me and we make history together.” She concluded.
The concert is being organised by Nexus Events and sponsored by Tusker Malt. Tickets are on sale at Shs. 20,000 (ordinary), Shs. 50,000 (VIP) and Shs 1,000,000(table).
Raymond Mujuni returns to NTV Uganda
By Our Reporter
Like the prodigal son, Raymond Mujuni has been welcomed back to NTV Uganda.
The investigative journalist who had left the Serena-based station in late 2017 to join the investigations desk for rival Kamwokya-based station, NBS TV confirmed his return to NTV on Tuesday.
“Glad to rejoin the Nation Media Group,” Mujuni confirmed on a social media. “I look forward to engaging, improving and growing the content on its platforms to reflect the needs of our audiences.”
According to word on the grapevine, Mujuni resigned from NBS TV over salary-related issues. Sources also revealed that the station failed to deliver on their promise for more resources to support his investigative work.
During his two years at NBS, Mujuni was directly involved in 11 investigative reports.
He returns to NTV Uganda in an editorial role.
Rema almost throws Chris Evans off stage over Kenzo
By Our Reporter
What is the quickest way to ruin a good mood? Bring an ex into the picture. That was a lesson singer Chris Evans had to learn the hard way after he was almost throw off the stage while performing at Rema’s concert on Friday evening at Hotel Africana.
Evans had been invited on stage by Rema to perform their collabo, “Linda”. He however went off script, and changed lyrics of the song mentioning Kenzo, something that did not sit well with the “Siri Muyembe” hitmaker.
Rema was clearly not pleased with Chris Evans’ actions, and what he thought would please the audience quickly backfired.
She halted the performance and almost slapped Evans as he dragged him all the way towards the stairs leading off stage. All the while the crowd watched on with bated breath as he tried to apologise.
Although she let him continue singing, the chemistry between the two singers was all lost after that. Attempts to try to perform together were met with hostility and Rema was visibly livid through out the performance of the song. In fact, Rema did not sing for the remaining part of the song. She let Evans carry on alone, and later exited the stage to take a breather and make a change in a wardrobe for the second part of her show.
Evans performed just one more song after the incident and left the stage with embarrassment written allover his face.
Salvado marks 10 years of comedy in style. [Photos]
By Our Reporter
Uganda’s favourite comedian Patrick Idringi Salvado showed that the perfect Valentine’s Day gift might not be flowers after all, more like an endless supply of rib-cracking jokes.
The ‘Man from Ombokolo’ had plenty to celebrate as he marked a decade in the comedy industry, and there to celebrate with him at the Kololo Independence Grounds was a mammoth crowd who got every penny’s worth at the Africa Laughs show last night.
Digging into tales of family, marriage, politics and memorable social interactions, Salvado was in his finest element, reminding all that he is king when it comes to integrating socially-aware comedy into his act. He certainly lived up to the hype on a day that turned out to be a triple celebration; he marked a decade of comedy, his 35th birthday and the fifth edition of his Africa Laughs show.
On a cool Friday evening, the stage was perfectly set for The Singleton-sponsored event. Some of the biggest names on the continent—Kenny Blaq, Eric Omondi, Eddie Kadi, and Alfred Kaingo—were the icing on the cake as our own crème de la crème such as Daniel Omara, Prince Emma, Ronnie Mc Vex, Agnes Akite and Madrat & Chiko took turns to send revellers literally rolling on the floor.
The highlight of the night was Salvado’s 45-minute show. The engineer-turned-comedian infused a sense of endearing jokes as he merged his visit to State House and meeting with the President into a rib-cracking buffet largely enjoyed by the fans despite their different shades of political opinion.
To add to the enchanting Valentine’s Day feel, Tanzania’s Konde boy Harmonize , Levixone , Eddy Kenzo and Bebe Cool entertained the revellers with love ballads that had everyone on their feet. This had been a triple-treat worth their time.
Here are some photos from the show.
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