Last Supper Invitation Cards Banned

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In short
The self styled prophet Wilson Bushara of World Message Last warning church at Bukoto village in Kikamulo sub county in Nakaseke have re-emerged after ten years suspension of his activities by government and started issuing last supper invitation cards to his followers to attend the event with Jesus Christ and God in heaven which triggered fear in the residents

The Resident District commissioner of Nakaseke district, has banned the last supper invitations which have been circulated by a self styled prophet Wilson Bushara.

Bushara of World Message Last warning church at Bukoto village in Kikamulo sub county in Nakaseke, swung into the limelight this week after he started sending out invitation cards to the purpoted last supper.

More than 1,500 cards were printed and the prophet has been cliaming that people without the cards would face God's wrath, because the end of the world has drawn nearer and signs are evident.

A crisis security meeting held on Thursday however resolved to ban the circulation of the invitation cards. The RDC Geoffrey Kyomukama,  said  Bushara's activities were abolished in 2000 after they found him trying to organize an event similar to the Kanungu inferno.

The RDC also said that his office has learnt that Bushara is quoting bible verse which states that "don’t invest your wealth on earth but invest in heaven", in an attempt to con his followers.

The RDC  has banned Bushara's activities and ordered police to arrest him for obtaining money by false pretence and holding illegal assemblies.

Bushara was earlier quoted saying that the hard times he is facing while spreading God's message will not deter his pursuits.

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Since Brian Luwaga joined Uganda Radio Network in 2011, he is still amazed how, "URN is a place that gives journalists a chance to enhance their skills . It gives a journalist an opportunity to adopt and master various aspects of journalism that include radio broadcast, social media, photography and television production."

A practicing journalist since 2009, first with Star FM, Luwaga has always been keen to write about the concerns of the "common person." Based for much of his career in Luweero, Luwaga takes it as a compliment if politicians complain that his reporting is too harsh.

In his journalism, Luwaga likes to merge the past with the present. He believes you cannot understand what is happening now, if you do not have a grounding in the past. Brian Luwaga is the Luweero URN bureau chief. Nakasongola, Nakaseke, Mityana, Mubende and Wakiso districts fall under his docket.

Luwaga is interested in humanitarian work and is a keen Rotarian.