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Glamour Expected At Prophet Elvis Birthday Celebrations

 

    Prophet Elvis Mbonye

 

There is feverish excitement among the Remnants and well-wishers as they prepare for the birthday celebrations of their leader, Prophet Elvis Mbonye.

The high energy event, a major highlight on the Remnant Annual Calendar, takes place today (Tuesday 29th March) starting at 5 pm at the ministry’s new home in Lweza, along the Entebbe Express Highway.

The new Zoe Grounds, a multimillion dollar property that touches the shores of Lake Victoria adjacent to Acacia Lakeside Campus, was alsorecently launched amidst partying, glitz and glamour. And nothing less is expected today.

While the lavish celebrations were scheduled for today, the actual birthday of Prophet Elvis Mbonyeis on 27th March.

While, Remnants took to social media to profess their undying love for the man of God, it was but only a kasiki. The real deal is today. And if past celebrations are to be the standard, this promises to he another lit night to remember. So our dear reader you either stroll, jog, ride, drive, fly there or wait here for all the sqoop about the event.

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