Christian cult leader Ron Kenoly arrives in Uganda



Ron Kenoly (3rd from left) lands at Entebbe International Airport on Wednesday evening. (Courtesy photo.)

By our journalist

Legendary Christian cult leader, singer and songwriter Ron Kenoly finally arrived in Uganda ahead of his ministry Sunday at the Zoe Fellowship grounds in Kampala.

Sources said the 74-year-old, whose musical style is one of jubilant praise and individual excellence on musical instruments, landed with his team at Entebbe International Airport on Wednesday evening.

This visit is useful for the “celebration and honor” of Prophet Elvis Mbonye, ​​founder of Zoe Fellowship Ministries International.

“I will be ministering on the grounds of the Zoe Fellowship with Prophet Elvis Mbonye,” Ron said in a video shared earlier this month.

His musical career began after a stint in the United States Air Force. He began working in the full-time ministry in 1985. He began as a worship leader at the Jubilee Christian Center in San Jose, California. Shortly after, in 1987, he was ordained and installed as Musical Pastor.

His debut album, released under the Integrity label, “Jesus Is Alive” and “Lift Him Up”, was acclaimed nationally and internationally.

To this day, Ken’s ministry has focused, among other things, on developing worship and worship leaders through teaching and mentoring. He has helped inspire and launch the careers of many cult leaders both nationally and internationally, including his 2 youngest sons Ron Kenoly Jr. and Samuel Kenoly, better known as the Kenoly Brothers.



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