THIS is the time to see real Pastors and and comen in our churches!
May God bless Rubaga Miracle Centre Cathedral senior pastors Jessica and Robert Kayanja for their generosity.
Last week, they launched a drive to distribute basic necessities to the most vulnerable families during this Covid-19 pandemic season.
Pastor Robert Kayanja yesterday said, “This charity campaign dubbed ‘bucket project’ in which 5.1 metric tons of maize flour, bars of soap, Dettol, sugar and rice will be given to at least 500 homesteads daily for the next 30 days and we will begin tomorrow (today) Friday in Kisenyi, a slum in Kampala Capital City.”
“The war is now at our door steps and I want to thank all those that are supporting the efforts against the enemy through your giving.” Said the 77 Days of Glory man of God who owns Channel 44 Miracle tv.
He told News Editor Online that, “This is the time to think about the most vulnerable amongst us. We are all in this and if we don’t save the needy ones, who knows you might be the next.”Harold Kaija has posted on his face book page thanking Pr. Kayanja for giving back to the needy.
POLITICIANS SALUTE KAYANJA
Politicians including opposition FDC Deputy Secretary General Harold Kaija, Lord councilor Moses Mulindwa and Haji Makolo Kavuma a regular radio talkshow caller have saluted Pr. Kayanja for feeding the needy at this time.
“The Bible talks about that time when you will be told.’You did not feed me when I was hungry.’ God’s people are crying of hunger, it’s love and care that will see them through.” Said Kaija.
Haji Makolo said, “This is the time to see the real men of God and religious leaders. I want to thank Pr. Kayanja, for being exemplary, he is a real champion.”
He challenged other religious leaders like Sheikhs to learn from Pr. Kayanja and feed people who are sleeping on empty stomachs during this Coronavirus lockdown.
“Where are the celebs who are always in newspapers splashing money in bars? What about politicians) Or are they are waiting to come during elections period? Do you want to find graves?” Asked Makolo.
Moses Mulindwa who is eyeing Lord councilorship in Kampala Central has told us, he very grateful to Pr. Robert Kayanja for donating to his people in Kisenyi who are suffering.
“As you all know, Kisenyi is typically a slum. When I heard that Pastor Robert Kayanja was going to feed over 500 homesteads for 30 days, I approached him with a humble request, to consider my people in Kisenyi, Mengo. I am so happy that he has responded positively.” Said Lord councilor Moses Mulindwa