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Holy fire: The faithful gather for the word at the National Stadium
Holy fire: The faithful gather for the word at the National Stadium

The recently adopted amendments to the Societies Act, intended to curb the mushrooming of churches, particularly under foreign leaders, have been the most divisive piece of legislature in recent times. Staff Writer, BABOKI KAYAWE writes on a bill, which had some MPs threatening to die or strip naked and saw others weeping inconsolably and seeing Satanic forces in play

Miracles, and prosperity, blessings and abundance, anointing and demons, deliverance and manifestation, prophecy and receiving, fire and ‘buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurn’!

This is the language of the church of today.  When they get ‘fired up’, congregants and their ‘daddies’ (as some leaders prefer to be called) curl and curve their tongues in tongues of intercession, in what they say is a fierce war against the ‘chief demon’.

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