Fake Prophet Arrested for Thrashing Believers in Church Service with 'Miracle Stick'

The self-proclaimed prophet identified as Dennis Kintu of empowerment City Church was captured live, during a Wednesday live streamed service whipping his choir members and ushers with a long wooden stick.

Fake Prophet Arrested for Thrashing Believers in Church Service with 'Miracle Stick'
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Police in Hoima District have arrested a self-proclaimed man of ‘God’ for flogging his followers during a live church service.

The self-proclaimed prophet identified as Denis Kintu of empowerment City Church was captured live, during a Wednesday live streamed service whipping his choir members and ushers with a long wooden stick.

In the video that has since gone viral, Kintu grabs a long stick and commands his flock to either receive whips or exit his church. One by one, he lines them up and flogs while claiming his stick chases out demons.

Kintu says he will not tolerate a church with leaders or a flock full of demons.

"All of you come fast, I told you I am from the Army, you will not take me backward, these demons must be released by my stick. And anyone who doesn't receive my cane, don't come back to my church, don't hold my microphone," Kintu says as he hand picks the mostly female flock to receive his whip.

He claimed the miracle stick would unravel miracles, signs, and wonders in the lives of his followers.

Albertine Regional Police Spokesperson Julius Hakiza says the self-styled prophet has since been arrested at the Hoima Police Post and charged with assault.

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