Chameleone rallies Africa to shun illuminati rubbish



Singer Joseph Mayanja aka Jose Chameleone has once more dumped into the dust bin the rubbish circulating that he is a member of a secret cult, illuminati.

Following accusations that Mission Ambition Uganda was recruiting youth into homosexuality and illuminati or devil worship, many Ugandan musicians were implicated.

The likes of Juliana Kanyomozi, APass, Maro, Eddy Kenzo and Irene Ntale were all accused although they quickly came out to distance themselves from the rumours.

For Chameleone’s case, by 2013, he was said to be the illuminati representative in Africa.

He denied the rumour then and has once more this week rubbished them as false.

“I am thankful to God for a new day because I am alive again. As we drive home early from North Uganda this morning, Me and my Friends talked, enjoyed and suddenly entered the 5-year nonsense ”ILLUMINATI”.”

Chameleone says the debate exposed society as ignorant for accusing one another for the practice.

“Me inclusive,” he noted saying he has been built from ambition and dream to become what he is now.

“All these allegations came after I got miles away from the Joseph I was, as a growing young desperate boy. I tell you my friends and whosoever wishes the best for themselves NOT to believe in such fabricated rubbish.”

“If Illuminati is where you go to live successfully, what are they waiting for?” he asked those who accuse him.

Chameleone advised that Africa needs to wake up and live on personal sweat and shun mysteries of the West being planted “against us to weaken us”.

“I am Joseph. A faithful believer in God above all. Have a great understanding of the above and keep your faith.”

He added: “All these rumours can’t make me doubt God. Thank you lord for who I am. Much love to my family and friends who know me.”


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