Monday, July 21, 2008

Pastor Simeon Kayiwa opens own university

CAPTION: Pastor Kayiwa with some of the members of the Latin University he's working with

Here at Rafshizzle headquarters we break the news as others do follow-ups, isn’t so?
Well, now hear this: Pastor Simeon Kayiwa of Namirembe Christian Fellowship is to set up his own university.
Now, folks, relax and we bring you up to speed: After reading a multitude of books to the tune of becoming a professor and topping Uganda’s religious leaders in academia, Pastor Simeon Kayiwa will open a university to teach theology alongside other traditional courses leading to the awards from Bachelors to PHD levels.
In fact, the man who is commonly known as the “grand father of pastors” has finalised plans of the project and he confirmed to Rafshizzle.
If all goes according to plan, the university will be one of the institutions that will inculcate morality into the public through God fearing, an element that seems to be lacking in today’s University lecture rooms.
The University whose location will be at Namirembe will also teach countrymen the relevancy of fearing God in executing their private and public duties.
We have seen some officials from a Latin university frequent Kayiwa’s pastoral ministry headquarters and our Sherlocks can confirm that they are here on issues to do with the university in question.
Pastor, don’t forget us, we gossip a lot!

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