All set for Prophet Elvis Mbonye’s 2022 annual honour ceremony – Kampala Sun
By Alex Balimwikungu
Since 2017, Remnants under the Zoe Fellowship ministries have honoured and celebrated Prophet Elvis due to the numerous destinies defining national and international prophecies he has foretold and have come to pass.
With the 2020 edition being held scientifically and last year’s edition being held in Kenya, the 2022 edition is back on home turf with the red-carpet edition set for the new Zoe Grounds along the Express Entebbe Highway.
The annual event organized by partners, friends and well-wishers of the Prophet Elvis Ministries is scheduled for
1st September and celebrations start at 5:30 PM.
Prophet Elvis Mbonye during the red-carpet event to honour him in Kenya last year. File Photo
“It is a red-carpet event with the glitz and glamour to match. Everyone is invited and there will be lots of entertainment,” one of the organizers told The Kampala Sun.
On the traffic route, they further explained, “If one is coming from Munyonyo, the venue is about 100 meters after the Busabala traffic lights. If one is coming from Entebbe, when they get to the Busabala lights they should make a U-turn as going back to Entebbe,”
There were live performances during the honouring ceremony in Kenya in 2021. File Photo
According to one of the organizers, honoring God’s ministers is not a recent craze. This culture has its roots anchored in the Bible as seen from the verses.
They cite scriptures like 1 Timothy 5:17 which says, “Let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine.
They further cite Romans 13: 7 which reads, “Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour,”
Some of the Zoe Fellowship remnants who travelled with Prophet Elvis Mbonye to Kenya. File Photo
Over the years, several pastors both local and international wished the Prophet a great honor day.
Professor Simeon Kayiwa the lead pastor Namirembe Christian Fellowship said he had seen great things in Mbonye’s character, personality, perseverance, love, humility and tolerance of opposition.
“He is like an elephant that is going somewhere and won’t stop just because dogs are barking. I will continue standing with him and make sure everything that he does is supported and popularized in the name of Jesus,” he once said.