Mondo Turns ‘Slay  Pastor’ After Failing To Pay School Fees

Mondo Turns ‘Slay  Pastor’ After Failing To Pay School Fees

By Ivan Mwine

Self-proclaimed man of God Franklin  Mondo Mugisha, of Empowerment Centre Christian Church, who was dragged to court by his baby a few weeks ago for refusing to pay school fees for his daughter, seems to have turned into a ‘Slay  Pastor’  of sorts.

It should be noted that Mondo, who is currently globe trotting, was dragged to court by his estranged baby mama identified as Sarah Nakuya, who accuses him of failing and or refusing to pay fees for their daughter, whom they produced several years ago when they were still dating.
Slay Pastor Mondo Mugisha relaxing at the beach

However, despite the fact that he has failed  to pay school fees for his daughter, nothing is stopping Mondo from partying day and night and slaying whenever he feels like.

According to Moles, whereas his daughter and baby mama Nakuya are languishing in poverty, he is often  hanging at top hotels playing golf, enjoying lavish snacks  or partying with pals.

As if that is not enough, at times he also hosts or chills out with top international celebrities like Kofi Olomide among others.

Pastor Mondo Mugisha surfing his Smartphone

It should be noted that Mondo fled Uganda early last year after learning that he was being hunted to answer allegations  of conning over Shs4.5Bn from unsuspecting  believers.

It is alleged that Mondo was running a racquet together with singers Catherine Kusasira, Maggie Kayima aka Nabbi Omukazi and Siraj Ssemanda  who together duped believers that they would secure them  bursaries to study abroad and promised others to  organize business meetiinggs between them and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, but never delivered to any of their promises.

Mondo Mugisha’s baby mama Sarah Nakuya

When their victims realised that they had been duped, the dragged Mondo, Kusasira, Kayima and Ssemanda to the State House Anti-Corruption Taskforce that was headed then by Col.  Edith Nakalema.

Following Nakalema’s investigation, pastor Ssemanda and Kayima were arrested and sent to  prison on remand, while Kusasira and Mondo were released on police bond.

However, instead of reporting on his bond, Mondo fled the country via South Africa  and after some weeks relocated to the United States of America and since then he has been trotting from one country to another to avoid being netted.

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