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    VIDEO: God Showed Me That A King Will Die Soon – Prophet Kakande’s 2020 Shocking Prophecy Resurfaces…



    Prophet Samuel Kakande, founder and senior Pastor, Synagogue Church of all Nations-Kubbiri, Mulago

    For days now, a shocking prophecy video of highly contended yet soft spoken and self proclaimed man of God, Prophet Samuel Kakande has been making rounds online.

    In the video, Kakande, who is a wealthy city bussinessman and senior pastor of Synagogue Church of all Nations is seen and heard revealing to his church members at Kubbiri, Mulago that a certain important person in the country, specifically a King will die soon.

    Speaking with so much authority, Kakande’s confident prediction sounded like he had had a one on one conversation with either God himself, or the angel of death who promised that he would come to pick “the important person soon”.

    Avoiding mentioning any names, prophet Kakande said; There is a big and responsible person who is going to die and he is a King, but I’m praying to God not to take him.”

    Apparently, the video is only resurfacing, since the prophecy was initially recorded last year on 6th December.

    For others, mostly those who either don’t believe in Kakande or his prophesies, they believe it’s just another intended move to attract clout, for Kakande’s followers however, they insist the man of God’s predictions never hit off target,and hence prayers need to be intensified.

    The video has become relevant now because of the current situation where some people are connecting the dots from Kakande’s prophecy to the current mysterious health conditions of some very important people in the country who are Kings.

    At the moment, reports from Western Uganda have indicate that the King of Bunyoro Kingdom, Omukama Rukirabasaija Solomon Iguru 1 of Bunyoro Kingdom has been unwell for the last four years.

    “He suffers from acute diabetes and high blood pressure. To add to that, he has serious dementia which does not allow him to remember his own Queen or children,” a source from Bunyoro states.

    Reports also indicate that he could not even remember the President of the country the last time Museveni called on him. So for the last three years, he has reportedly withdrawn from all public duties and functions.

    Also currently, there’s so much concern and unanswered questions regarding another important person who is a King; the Kabaka of Buganda, Sabasajja Ronald Muwenda Mutebi’s health.

    The Baganda have for previous months been relentlessly demanding the Buganda Kingdom Kattikiro, Owek. Charles Peter Mayiga for an explanation why they had not seen their King who has been suspiciously away from the public eye for a relatively long time.

    The “concerned people” have been criticizing Mayiga for “hiding their King” for unknown reasons believed to be harmful.

    On Tuesday this week, Kabaka Muwenda Mutebi appeared in public to celebration his 66th birthday.

    Kabaka’s public appearance sparked off mixed reactions; others happy to see him alive and breathing, and others dissapointed with the situation in which the Kabaka was in. He looked very ill and frail.

    However, while addressing Kabaka’s subjects and the media on the matter on BBS Terefayina-the Kingdom’s television station, Mayiga stated that Kabaka Muwenda Mutebi is disturbed by allergies which is sometimes caused by food, scent of flowers and dust.

    The Buganda Premier also reassured the Buganda subjects that their King is steadily responding to medication, offered by a highly professional and trusted medical team.

    Owek. Mayiga further advised the entire public to disregard any other dissenting information such as rumors making rounds on social media that Kabaka Muwenda Mutebi has been poisoned among other allegations.

    The video containing Prophet Kakande’s shocking prophecy;


    By Omulangira Ddembe



    Angels Of Death Strike, Take Two Of Uganda’s VIPs In 2023 Opener



    Two of Uganda’s Very Important Persons have Monday died.

    National Unity Platform’s parliamentary flag bearer in the last year’s Omoro County by-elections, Simon Toolit Aketcha is dead.

    Toolit, died on Monday morning.

    The news of his death was confirmed by Omoro county MP Andrew Ojok Oulanyah.

    “It is a dark day in Omoro! We have lost one of our gallant sons and former MP, Hon. Simon Toolit Akecha! Hon. Toolit was the MP for Omoro County between 2006 & 2011 and was a candidate in recent by-elections. May his soul rest in eternal peace!” OJok tweeted.

    Toolit put up stiff political resistance against the late Jacob Oulanyah before also competing against his son Andrew Ojok Oulanyah.

    Toolit will be remembered as a candidate to have competed against the Oulanyah’s while holding the flag for two different parties for under ten years.

    In 2016, Toolit, then a candidate of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) contested against NRM’s Jacob Oulanyah and polled 6,823 votes against the latter’s 8,218 votes.

    In the same manner, Uganda’s high commissioner to Kenya and Seychelles, Dr Hassan Galiwango, has died.

    Galiwango died Monday morning at Nairobi Hospital where he had been admitted.

    The late was the husband to Mbale City Woman Member of Parliament, Connie Nakayeze Galiwango.

    President Museveni appointed Galiwango as the high commissioner to Kenya in October 2020.

    Galiwango was also the former long serving director of finance and administration at the NRM secretariat at the time of his ambassadorial appointment. Ms Medina Naham, the NRM party chairperson of Koboko District, replaced him at the secretariat.

    The cause of his death is yet to be communicated by the government.

    Last year, Bank of Uganda governor prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile, Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah and Gen. Elly Tumwine among other VIPs died.



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    Five Dead As Bomb Goes Off In Church Near DRC, Uganda Border 



    A bomb killed at least five people on Sunday after detonating in a church in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the army said.

    Details of the attack remain hazy, but military spokesman Antony Mualushayi said the “terrorist act” happened in a Pentecostal church in North Kivu province’s Kasindi, a town on the border with Uganda.

    Mualushayi later told reporters that at least five bodies had been taken to the morgue following the blast, in what he called a provisional death toll.

    Joel Kitausa, a local civil society figure, put the death toll at eight and said 27 other people had been wounded.

    AFP was unable to independently confirm the toll.

    It was not immediately clear who carried out the attack. Mualushayi said that one suspect — a Kenyan — had been arrested.

    The DRC’s communications ministry said on social media that the attack was apparently carried out by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) group.

    The ADF — which the Islamic State group claims as its affiliate in Central Africa — is active in the Kasindi area.

    It has been accused of slaughtering thousands of Congolese civilians and carrying out bomb attacks in Uganda.

    The ADF has planted bombs in towns in North Kivu in the past.

    Since 2021 a joint Congolese-Ugandan military operation has been targeting the ADF in North Kivu and neighbouring Ituri province.

    Over 120 armed groups roam mineral-rich eastern DRC, many of which are the legacy of regional wars that flared at the turn of the 21st century.

    Source: AFP


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    Nepal Crash: Dozens Killed As Plane Crashes Near Pokhara Airport



    Dozens of people have been killed after a plane with 72 people on board crashed near an airport in central Nepal.

    The Yeti Airlines flight from Kathmandu to the tourist town of Pokhara crashed on landing before catching fire.

    Videos posted on social media show an aircraft flying low over a populated area before banking sharply.

    At least 68 people are confirmed to have died, officials said. Several critically injured survivors were taken to hospital, unconfirmed reports said.

    Local resident Deeveta Kal told the BBC how she rushed to the crash site after seeing the aircraft plunge from the sky shortly after 11:00am local time (05:15 GMT).

    “By the time I was there the crash site was already crowded. There was huge smoke coming from the flames of the plane. And then helicopters came over in no time,” she said.

    “The pilot tried his best to not hit civilisation or any home,” Deevta Kal added. “There was a small space right beside the Seti River and the flight hit the ground in that small space.”

    The flight set out with 68 passengers on board, including at least 15 foreign nationals, and four crew members.

    According to flight tracking website Flightradar24, the 15-year-old twin-engine ATR 72 stopped transmitting position data at 05:05 GMT and the last signal from the aircraft was received at 05:12.

    Hundreds of Nepalese soldiers were involved in the operation at the crash site in the gorge of the Seti, just one and a half kilometres from the airport.

    The search operation has been suspended for the day, officials say.

    Video taken where the plane came down showed thick billowing black smoke and burning debris.

    “We expect to recover more bodies,” an army spokesman told Reuters, saying the plane “has broken into pieces”.

    Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal called an emergency meeting of his cabinet and urged state agencies to work on rescue operations. A panel to investigate the cause of the crash has been set up.

    Of the passengers, 53 are said to be Nepalese. There were five Indian, four Russians and two Koreans on the plane. There was also one passenger each from Ireland, Australia, Argentina and France among others.

    Aviation accidents are not uncommon in Nepal, often due to its remote runways and sudden weather changes that can make for hazardous conditions.

    A Tara Air plane crashed in May 2022 in the northern Nepalese district of Mustang, killing 22 people.

    In early 2018, 51 people were killed when a US-Bangla flight travelling from Dhaka in Bangladesh caught fire as it landed in Kathmandu.

    The European Union has banned Nepalese airlines from its airspace over concerns about training and maintenance standards in the country’s aviation industry.

    Source: BBC


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