Controversial Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte, the spokesperson of Kibuli Muslim Community has warned religious leaders against attacking Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine.
In a video recorded by Salaam TV, Muzaata said Bobi Wine is God sent, and that people should be calculative when making any attacks against him.
“…I warned the person saying this that if you think Allah is blessing your talk, you go ahead and continue talking…” he said.
“You are making fun of the man God has brought forth… even if you have no regard for God, in this case, just shut up. I’m known for attacking people, but have you heard me say a word about him (Bobi Wine)? Some of us are very calculative.”
He also warned the religious leaders against being hypocrites or double faced.
“…imagine this person came saying God can raise up people. This guy (Bobi Wine) came with his dreadlocks, but God made him cut off his dreads and then brought him to us… surely can you say such a thing now about him and his hair… calling him a just a fellow…?”
Bobi Wine has recently come under fire by some Pentecostal pastors over his new song Tuliyambala Engule that has in a way become the anthem of the People Power movement.
Most recently, Pastor Joseph Serwadda of Victory Christian Church, warned Bobi Wine against using God’s property in blasphemous situations.
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