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Universal Apostles’ Fellowship Church Elder Reclaims Leadership over Rights Violations

Mafabi who consecrated Isanga in 2013 says that his successor has abandoned the set doctrines of tolerance and non-violence while overseeing the church activities, and as such, he cannot watch him mislead the congregation.
Micros Mafabi addressing journalists on Wednesday.

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Micros Mafabi, the surviving founder of the Universal Apostles’ Fellowship Church of Righteousness, has revoked the appointment of his successor Fred Isanga alias prophet David over gross human rights violations.

Mafabi who consecrated Isanga in 2013 says that his successor has abandoned the set doctrines of tolerance and non-violence while overseeing the church activities, and as such, he cannot watch him mislead the congregation.

Mafabi stresses that a number of members have abandoned the Church ever since Isanga took over its leadership, yet he hasn’t made any efforts to reconcile warring factions. He adds that although the Church is founded on the dignity of all persons irrespective of their stature in society, Isanga has publically battered and undressed members, an act which contravenes the fundamental human rights standards.

Mafabi adds that he will caretake the church activities as they await the election of a suitable candidate mandated with shepherding the church.

//Cue in; “yatandikira…

Cue out…nbweireza.”//

David Bagarukayo, the church overseer in western Uganda says that Isanga launched a campaign in which different Church members were ordered to sell off their belongings and donate all the proceeds to the Church. He says that all members who defied the directive were thrown out of the Church.

//Cue in; “Isanga…

Cue out…kukanisa.”//

Isanga declined to comment about the matter. However, his assistant, Emmanuel Musasizi told journalists that the church administrators will prepare a press release to explain the status quo.

The Universal Apostles’ Fellowship Church of Righteousness was founded by Noah Kalange and Mafabi in 1963 at Kirama village, Nawaikoke sub-county, Kaliro district. Kalange passed away in the late 90s, leaving the Church leadership under the stewardship of Mafabi.

The Church has since expanded to a total of 2,000 churches throughout the different parts of the country.        

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