The P5 crusade at Christian Life Church (CLC) – Makerere, KavuleWhen you tune on to Top TV, a known born again based television, you will watch the CEO of the television Jackson Ssenyonga preaching to the crowd and casting demons in what he called P5 (Praise, Prayer, Power, Prosperity and Permanent Miracles). Unlike the 77 days of glory which rocked the nation and across other continents, you will never hear people talking the about P5 and may be the good that happen that side.
What was it like spending the first Christmas as marrieds? Simon Peter: I used to spend Christmas with my parents and relatives. From honeymoon to being home with my wife. It felt calm and lovely. Ann Mary: It was strange in a nice way. I almost proposed that we have Christmas at my parents’ house but I realised this was a new life I had to adjust to. How were the wedding preparations like?
Vicky is a nurse at one of the hospitals in Kampala. She is married and has one child with her husband. She says she has no regrets about her married life. “I have always embraced what comes from my man in the four years we have been married. Patrick and I do not have a problem with showing our affection in public. We kiss and cuddle normally when go to the beach. It is what makes me feel loved and treasured,” she says.
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