Interpol has joined the Ugandan Police in investigating the origin of an electric shock device which was imported by a pastor.
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Police are investigating the conduct of churches for born-again Christians in the wake of rising cases of pastors’ impropriety. Police publicist Asan Kasingye said all allegations – from sodomy to fraud – would be investigated.
A Uganda-based preacher has denied charges he tried to import an electric shock machine to make people believe he could pass on the Holy Spirit.
Somewhere in the story of Jesus it is told that the disciples asked him how they would distinguish false prophets in the end time, and to paraphrase; the Son of Man did answer that we would know them by their works and deeds. Indeed, the Bible warns us that there will be false prophets of different shades in the last days; they will deceive the nations with their works claiming to be inspired by the spirit of God Almighty. Today, we see miracle men and women all over the place, they have invaded our sitting rooms on television; the minds
A pastor tries to scam people into thinking he’s in touch with a higher power. The power turns out to be 12 volts.
It’s as strange as it’s true. A man of God of Ghaniain extraction was arrested and interrogated at Entebbe Airport after he attempted to clear a machine which, police say, he has been using to deliver electric current on unsuspecting worshippers during church service.