crossorigin="anonymous"> Police evidence has slammed Pastor Kayanja's claims on Bishop Kiganda and Ssenyonga . - KTV & 93.0 KINGDOM FM
April 20, 2024

ASP Musiime Hillary from the Criminal Investigation Department is the ninth witness in the case in which nine youths are accused of trespassing on the Lubaga Miracle Center church owned by Pastor Robert Kayanja in 2021 and also accused him of sodomizing them.

Musiime’s testimony included text messages between the accused Ssentongo Reagan and the phone number +256751406503 of a person whose name was saved as “Muzeeyi” and the evidence further showed that no pastor spoke to the youths before the attack on the church

In 2021, 10 youths protested at the Lubaga Miracle Center church led by Pastor Robert Kayanja accusing him of not paying them their salaries and sexually assaulting them during their tenure.

There was a heated clash between the church security officers and the youths and some of them were arrested.    Through his lawyers, Pastor Kayanja sued them for trespassing on his church and defaming him by accusing him of homosexuality.

Recently we showed you the story of Pastor Kayanja showing how the police had helped him to expose the plot of some pastors by calling his employees while they were at the farm in Kiryandongo in 2021  mobilising them to go and protest.

However, according to the evidence presented in  Mengo Lower Court under Judge Adams Byarugaba, The Criminal Investigations Officer ASP Musiime Hillary added gaps in the statement of Pastor Kayanja by the absence of the names of the three pastors he mentioned including Bishop David Kiganda, Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga, Martin Ssempa and Kiganda zone vice chairman Jamiru Muwadha saying  they were behind the protest although they did not show that they were talking to the youths.

The communications read out to the court appeared to be text messages, videos, photos and voices via WhatsApp which were sent from Ssentongo Reagan’s mobile phone to the number +256751406503 where he had entered the name “Muzeeyi”. which in the forensic investigation report was found out that it is registered  in the names of Robert Kayanja and all this happened before these youths came to protest.

The message read by a witness before the judge, shows one of the defendants Reagan, telling the owner of the number whom he called Muzeeyi that some of the employees were in critical condition with back bleeding and needed money for treatment.

He also asked his employer to pay him his 4 million salary so that he could treat his mother who was ill at that time.

In the WhatsApp messages read out by the court, the accused pleaded with his employer to pay him and give all the other youths the money he promised to sodomize them.

Lawyers from both sides debated on the evidence brought by the officer and they agreed, later the judge allowed the evidence to be used in the case.

One of the people Pastor Kayanja mentioned in the video conspiring with the children, Jamilu Muwadha, confirmed to the court that he was not aware of the matter and told the court that there were people sent to him asking him to leave the case to avoid consequences.

Judge Adams Byarugaba asked both parties to refrain from intimidating the people involved in this case and adjourned the case till April 5.

ALSO READ: Bishop Kiganda uncovered the genesis of homosexuality allegations against the city pastor.

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