Massive turn up at Prophet Elvis Mbonye's Kololo dinner
04 SEP 2017 10:20AM
Secular concerts held last month registered low numbers of patrons, but this was not the case with Prophet Elvis Mbonye's dinner that was held at Kololo Independence grounds on Friday.
Considering that the lowest price to attend this function was 300k, this was by all standards a good turn up. Platinum tickets were going for 1million, Gold 750k, Silver 500k and general happiness 300k.
Prophet Mbonye's Zoe ministry that was started three years back has a following way bigger than Pastor's who have been around for over three decades. He cruises in a black Range Rover Sport, 2017 model with 'ELVIS' customized reg plates, clearly giving Pastor Manjeri a run for her swagg, she is chauffeured in a hired black Lincoln limousine which Desire Luzinda used during her '25th' birthday celebration a few days back.
Mbonye's fellowship is held on Tuesday's as opposed to Sunday's, so his following is comprised of Christians who go to other churches. In 2014, he started off with about 100 people, but now has a following of over 5,000. Aya Hotel where they were paying a whopping 50million per week had become too small forcing them to move to Kyadondo Rugby Grounds.
'Mr Future 2' as his faithfuls refer to him says Tuesday is the day that was suggested to him by God.
Mbonye was all clad in white as he turned up for his Gala Dinner.
"We are honoring the anointing against prophet Elvis Mbonye with a Gala Dinner full of entertainment, but also honoring him with our finances. We are to buy seats on that day and it's in categories according to how you want to stretch yourself and believe God for, Platinum 1M/-, Gold 750k, Silver 500K, Bronze 300K. These are the tickets to the dinner, but it's better to be in Faith for the higher one," A message calling up on faithfuls to pay up read in part.
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