The Mafias Want Pastor Mondo Dead

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By  | Jan 28, 2021, 09:55 AM  | Top of The

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We broke the story about city flamboyant Pastor, Mondo running for his life, by the time we broke the story, it was not certain why the man of God was up and about.

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Well, we have the scoop. Pastor Mondo believes there is a group of government mafias that are after his life, the pastor claims that had he not to have been tipped off early, he would be dead meat by now.

As we write this story, we can reliably inform you that Mondo is alive and kicking except that he is in South Africa where he is hiding.

According to the information gathered, all trouble started when Mondo was found to have taken part in a fraud case that involved him, Pastor Siragye, Singers Catherine Kusasira, and Maggie kayima.

It is alleged that the four fraudulently acquired money to the tune of 4 billion Uganda shillings from the flock promising them greener pastures abroad, in this case, Pastor Mondo was involved as a consultant.

Mondo was arrested, spent a few days in jail until he posted bail, after bail, he hinted that some people were framing him in the case and the reason was that he had pledged allegiance to Bobi Wine who is President Museveni’s rival.

After that experience, he swore support for Museveni and ditched Bobi Wine. These latest developments are very unusual considering he made amends with the president.

He was supposed to appear before court today, 28/01/2021, but Mondo said he would only come back after the president has guaranteed his safety because he has worked for the president for 26 years.

It is believed that Monod’s visit to the President is what could have irked his adversaries.

 Mondo could have used the meeting to tell the president about his troubles with the mafias which don’t play well with the Mafias considering they also work for the president.

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