Saturday, 27 February 2010

The shocking tale of Pastor Kiweweesi

Pastor Kiweweesi became one of Uganda's best known preachers. His Kansanga Miracle Centre which he started in 1992 from humble beginnings, had become a roaring success. But then, out of the blue, David Arinaitwe, a member of the church since 2002, accused Kiweweesi of rocking from the rear.

Kiweweesi claimed it was, well, a bum rap and looked like getting away with it. He had even sued the intrepid reporter for libel. But then five other boys have come up and claim the pastor also assaulted them sexually along the lines of the following report............


Anonymous said...

Much more colourful than the drab and grey abuse we have going on here in our churches. Heck, let them in, maybe we could organise a we-are- all-victims-together kind of thing with attendant quangoes.

Anonymous said...

You know, you could be right. That's an idea!

American Fan said...

This is f*cking hilarious! Thank you, Savant! I did a little search and found what appears to be the original article, which is some of the funniest sh*t I have read in a long time -

Also, another unbelievably funny article on the same subject from a competing tabloid:

Anonymous said...

giant whooper, laughing my ass off,john old rtd chicago copper.

Anonymous said...

This is a little off the topic but I have to share something from Liberia that happened between the civil wars where they murdered each other like Africans do.
seems the ruling class Christian Black elite was involved in African voodoo which involved using human body parts from murdered africans for some kind of side magic.
Well they got caught and were hung.
the punch line is the national calendar of Liberia for that year was printed on Hot pink paper with the photos of the dead men all around the calendar. It said "The wages of sin are death."
I thought it was so funny, not knowing at the time that the Africans would be coming to my town and indeed have taken over an area where my mother grew up.
I mean very primitive > I wonder if they got the hot pink paper from the American embassy?