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Richest Man In Singapore Reveals His Secret To The Younger Generation—Jesus

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Singapore richest man Phillip Ng

“There is more to life than wealth,” the richest man in Singapore Philip Ng has revealed

The Grapevine has learnt that Philip Ng is considered to be Singapore’s richest man. He has a net worth of  $11.9 Billion and he is not only financially rich but also a certified follower of Jesus. Ng revealed that what made him truly wealthy was not his large amount of money, but his relationship with Jesus Christ.

One of Philip Ng’s mentees Matthew Yao, asked what advice he would give to the younger generation. “Your heart will melt the moment you hear his wonderful answer,” he stated. According to Mr. Ng, he discovered that we are all broken and the only one that can fill the missing piece in our hearts is God – through His son Jesus Christ.

“People try to find that missing piece through the pursuit of money, popularity, alcohol, drugs, sex, achievements, and even in romantic relationships.  However, there is more to this life.  People are searching for better lives and better things, but life will never be better without Jesus.  For He is the only one that can satisfy us.  Real wealth is only found in Jesus,” Mr. Ng said

Mr. Ng chose to share Jesus with the young people instead of sharing about success and business matters.  We have to look deeper inside our hearts. God’s love is more valuable than any riches in this world.  Choose Him and you will discover real wealth just like that which Mr Philip Ng experienced.

By Remmy Atugonza

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LETTER: Pope Cancels Second Visit To Uganda

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Pope Francis has canceled his second visit to Uganda. In a letter signed by the Uganda Episcopal Conference Secretary General Msgr. John B. Kauta, the Pope will not grace the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) as earlier communicated.

“The office of the President of Uganda has officially communicated to the Ugandan Episcopal Conference that the Holy Father will not be able to attend the symposium,” reads in part the statement by Mgr. Kauta.

The SECAM came into existence after a meeting by African bishops in 1969 in Kampala, following a resolution by the Vatican Council to have a structure that would bring together Catholic Churches in Kampala and Pope Paul VI presided over its inauguration.

Pope Francis last visited Uganda in November 2015, therefore his visit was going to be a big occasion as over 400 Bishops are set to gather to mark 50 years of SECAM.

The Uganda Episcopal Conference has however in the statement said the 50-year celebrations will continue as scheduled, and will take place at Uganda Martyrs Catholic Shrine in Namugongo despite the Pope’s absence.

Below is the letter:

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VIDEO: Pastor Yiga ‘Rises’ From The Dead Hours After His Own TV Pronounced Him Dead

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Revival Christian Centre (RCC) Pastor cum Prophet Augustine Yiga has ‘risen’ from the dead after being pronounced dead by his own TV Facebook page.

In a video released yesterday, Yiga, who has lost tons of weight and has put on a dark skin complexion has told his flock to ignore all rumours regarding his health and assured them that he will be back in the country on 8th February for a mega service at his church where he will give his congregants magical rings that will deliver them from poverty, sickness, witchcraft et al.

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No One Attacks The Church And Wins -Pastor Bugembe Warns Ugandans Attacking Him Over ‘Engule’ Song

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Musician turned man of God Pastor Wilson Bugembe of the worship house in Nansana has warned a group of Ugandan youths who have launched a campaign on social media bashing him, to stop attacking the church.
Speaking in a press conference held at Mestil hotel in Kampala yesterday, where he unveiled the coming of international gospel artiste Don Moen, who is set to perform at the first ever Kampala Praise Fest to be held at Kololo independence grounds, the youthful pastor told journalists that no one can attack the church and be successful. He advised those attacking the church to instead target the individuals who are in the wrong.
“Young man ,you can attack me left ,right and any other way but leave the church. Never tell any pastor or any man of God to close the churches because they don’t own them ,you may think that you are attacking Bugembe but in actual sense you are attacking a number of people because today Bugembe is here tomorrow he won’t be around but the church will always be here. No man in history has attacked the church and won,” Bugembe told one of the journalist.
Concerning his involvement in ‘Tuliyambale engule’ song, Bugembe said that he never regrets being part of the song. He added that he took part in the song as a mediator in the current political situation in the country and being that Bobi wine is his good friend, there was no reason why he could miss out in the video.
Bugembe appealed to all Ugandans who misunderstood him to know that he is not against the government because the NRM government has done many good things for the born-again faith in the country.

 

By Mboowa Nathan

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