Bishop TD Jakes Hosts Queen Mother Kemigisa, Princess Komuntale To Lavish Dinner

Bishop TD Jakes Hosts Queen Mother Kemigisa, Princess Komuntale To Lavish Dinner

By Ivan Mwine

Popular American tele-evangelist Bishop T.D Jakes over the weekend hosted Tooro kingdom Queen Mother Best Kemigisa, Princess  Ruth Komuntale Nsemere and her hubby Philllip Amooti aka Phil to lavish private dinner.

Besides Kemigisa, Komuntale and Phil, the sumptuous dinner which was attended by only a few invited guests who were treated to endless merrymaking during their brief stay at Bishop Jakes’ residence in Dallas, Texas.

Shortly after the dinner, Kemigisa vowed to return the favour by inviting Bishop Jakes and   other dignitaries to Tooro Kingdom next year.

‘Grateful to be hosted by Bishop T.D Jakes and looking forward to hosting him and many other dignitaries in Tooro Kingdom,” she said on social media after the dinner.

Bishop T.D Jakes with Queen Mother Best Kemigisa, Princess Komuntale and hubby Phil Amooti

Born Thomas Dexter Jakes Sr. on June 9, 1957, T. D. Jakes, is an American bishop, author and filmmaker.

He is the bishop of The Potter’s House, a non-denominational American megachurch. Jakes’s church services and Evangelistic sermons are broadcast on The Potter’s Touch media platforms.

Although Jakes was converted and ordained within Oneness Pentecostalism, he revealed in an interview with Mark Driscoll in 2012 that he affirms the Trinity, although Jakes did not affirm the eternality of the individual persons of the Trinity, which is denied by Oneness churches.

Jakes is an advocate of sexual abstinence and has made appearances advocating it on Good Morning America and Dr. Phil.

In 2015, Jakes stated that his views on homosexuality and LGBT rights are evolving. However, Jakes stated that his words were misinterpreted and that while he does not support same-sex marriage, he “respects the rights that this country affords those that disagree”.

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