Pastor to be arrested on allegation of conning worshippers fake scholarship programmes worth billion
By Olusabeti | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 19 views
Netizens have been left reacting after a renown pastor from Uganda is set to be arrested over offering fake scholarship programmes to worshippers.
According to information shared on Facebook by Daily Monitor, Buganda Road Chief Magistrate's court has ordered arrest of pastor Franklin Mugisha Mondo. This order has been given following allegations that pastor Franklin fleeced worshippers more than 4.5 billion shillings in bogus scholarship programmes.
Screenshot of Daily Monitor's post on FacebookPastor Franklin Mugisha
Netizens have reacted to this order some claiming that the government should regulate churches, a their monies in accounts to ensure the con game in churches end.
Morever, netizens claimed that it might be true pastor Franklin is guilty of the crime since he ran to exile. Another fan narrated that his uncle once explained to him that the man conned him 2 million shillings claiming he was among the young kids who fought with Museveni in wars.
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