Uganda’s music/entertainment industry has grown by leaps and bounds over the past couple of years, providing an alternative way of life from the usual go-to-school-graduate-work cycle. Now the senior Pastor of Rubaga Miracle Centre Robert Kayanja is the latest ‘victim’ to fall prey to the alluring influence of the industry.
As you read this, the man of God has already put together a full album titled “Faithful To Me” that he intends to launch on Friday 26th April. According to him, members of the public are all welcome and should not be worried about parting with their dime as the concert will be free.
Pastor Kayanja revealed this on social media platform Facebook (The Miracle Centre official page) explaining that God gave him the songs during the past few years that according to him have been “
He wrote: “
It should be recalled that the past couple of years have seen the man of God battle a court case in which he was accused of engaging in homosexuality by fellow pastors Micheal Kyazze, Martin Ssempa and Solomon Male.
The man of God emerged victorious after Buganda Road Court convicted the four Kampala pastors, a businesswoman and a musician for conspiring to tarnish Pastor Kayanja’s reputation.
Kayanja now joins President Museveni and Police spokesperson Judith Nabakooba among some of Uganda’s high profile individuals who have found the urge to sing irresistible.
During the campaigns for the past presidential elections, President Yoweri Museveni demonstrated that he is not only good at juggling political cards by unleashing a Hip Hop single “Another Rap” that became a massive hit and according to pundits played a big role in making his political message relevant to young Ugandans.