Morning Star News reports – Following the conversion of a Muslim imam to Christianity, mosque leaders in eastern Uganda on Dec. 27 incited a group of Muslims to beat a pastor and his wife and demolish parts of their church building, sources said.
Pastor Moses Nabwana’s wife was hospitalized for five days, and the church leader several days more, after a Muslim mob attacked them in Nankodo Sub-County, Kibuku District as they returned home from a late afternoon church service.
The imam, whose name is withheld for security reasons, put his faith in Christ on Dec. 5 and on Dec 27 joined the church worship in Nankodo Sub-County at about 4 p.m., said Lovisa Naura, the pastor’s wife. The new Christian was given the opportunity to share the journey of how he came to faith in Christ.
“The members were overjoyed and made loud shouts and praises to God, which attracted the nearby Muslims to take note, and at 6 p.m. the announcement in the mosque was made of the apostasy of the imam,” Naura told Morning Star News.
Church members arranged to relocate the now-former imam and his wife, who had put her faith in Christ on Dec. 10, at a safehouse until a more permanent location is determined.
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