Tuesday, February 21 2017
Papa Cidy, Qute Kaye are now born-again Xtians
A day after Qute Kaye experienced a 'spiritual rebirth', another artist, Papa Cidy of the Ememe Katale fame has joined him, they are now part of the flock at Pastor Robert Kayanja's Rubaga Miracle Cathedral. All this is made possible courtesy of the ongoing campaign code named; 77 days of Glory fondly referred to as the #77DOGs.
Qute Kaye has been battling with a kidney problem for quite some time now but just recently, he decided to give his life to Christ and the Ginkese singer is now born-again.
He joins the likes of Captain Dolla of the Emese song and Bad Black among others.
"Last night's meeting ended on a big note as renown local celebrities Papa Cidy and Eddie Kigere came forward to give their lives to Christ, joining Captain Dollar, Titi, Qute Kaye, Kyebandula Irish, Bad Black and other celebrities who have come to the 77DOGs to give their lives to Jesus,'' Kayanja noted on his wall.
Season 2 of the 77 Days of Glory ended, President Museveni and the First Lady were in attendance and now, season 3 of the 77DOGs has kicked off.
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