By Felix Twinomugisha
The embattled woman from Kizinda Amazing Grace church has officially denied allegations that she is a witch doctor as claimed by the locals from Kakoma, Nyabubare in Kizinda Town council.
Rovinah Ntegyereize, the proprietor of the church and a mother to 5 children said that his husband Didas Baguma neglected her with the children 10 years ago and married another woman.
This comes shortly after a news story hit all media platforms that Didas Baguma and his relatives claimed that Rovinah started a prophetic church in Kizinda and that she claimed to have super natural powers with which she self-proclaimed to be “Nabbi Mummy”.
Asked about the mysterious death of his son Collins Kamanzi on last Friday, Rovinah said that Collins 21 years died at Kampala Internatonal Hospital not at her praying place as claimed earlier by her husband and other people.
She said all those are just trying to tarnish her name.
Collins Kamanzi, 21 was a S.6 student at Nyabubare Secondary School and was doing his UACE Examinations before he breathed his last.
Cosma Atukwatse, the elder brother to the deceased (Collins) also confirmed that there is evidence of his brother dying at the hospital after suffering breathing difficulties for a long period of time.
The burial took place on Saturday at Baguma’s home (father to the deceased) in Kakoma, Nyabubare Kizinda Town council on Saturday 16th November 2019.
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