Museveni claims he will resurrect like Jesus Christ after he dies

The Ugandan President said he was not scared of death.

Mr. Museveni said being a staunch Christian and a follower of Jesus; he was not scared of death since he will defeat it by resurrecting.

“We are now all Christians. Why? Because Jesus came, was crucified and he was buried but he resurrected. When he resurrected, he gave all us of hope that we shall also resurrect,” Mr Museveni told Christians at Akii-Bua Stadium in Lira Town on Saturday while launching a fundraising for the rehabilitation and expansion of Lira Cathedral, under Lira Diocese.

According to Mr Museveni, the resurrection of Jesus Christ proves that he can also ascend from death.

“If there is no resurrection, there is no Christianity. I have not yet died and resurrected but I hope I will (die and resurrect), because I am a Christian.”

Mr Museveni supported argument by reading the book of 1 Corinthians 15: 26 in the Bible, which says:

“The last enemy that will be destroyed is death.”

Mr Museveni bought one bull at USh10 million and donated USh90 million in cash and pledged USh310 million towards the church which is seeking USh2 billion for the project.

This is not the first time the former Guerilla fighter who was baptized at ST Luke Kinoni Church of Uganda has dabbed his hand in religion.

During a Sunday mass to celebrate the 50 anniversary for Kampala Archdiocese, at Namugongo Catholic Shrine held last month, the Ugandan president and a child of God also claimed he had received a rare miracle from Pope Francis.

He also delivered a fiery summon during the 19th National Prayer Breakfast held in Kampala and organised by the Ugandan Parliament,

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