Kampla: Youth groups have taken on Kampala senior pastor Robert Kayanja over lack of accountability for monies that were collected from formed youth groups on promises of funds to starting up their own business ventures.
Miracle center cathedral is one of the candid churches who convenes tens and thousands of people however it was on spot over allegations that it is becoming a den fraudsters where people have lost their property as they are told to saw seeds in various forms including cars, money among other property on grounds of blessings.
Through their layer of Rwakafuuzi and company advocates the youth groups led by youth organisation network has put the senior pastor on notice to explain the ongoing process about the subject matter or refund their monies.
“Under the code name Youth National Transformation, miracle center cathedral asked them to form tens of groups and each group contributed Shs500, 000 however no communication has been made since 2015,” Reads in part of the plaintiff.
Youth organisation network members revealed that over shs5billion was collected on basis of availing them with funds for youth self-employment to alleviate and eliminate poverty and bringing a stop to unemployment among youth.
“We wish to know why we have not received funds for self-employment as promised, alternatively we wish to be informed if the indeed preparations are in the process to have funds released,” they said.
When contacted, his known number was off.
Last year another senior pastor Samuel Kakande defrauded his congregant by offering them what he claimed as holy rice at cost of shs50,000 per kilogram leading to roaring up of voices of influential citizens pinning him of faking miracles.
Recently on a local television channel, the minister for ethics and integrity Father Simon Lokoda said most church leaders in Uganda lack moral authority, act against their preaching saying soon the country will establish law the will legalize them.