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Bobi Wine: Maybe God gave Bugingo another chance so as to open his eyes to the realities in our country

Man Jose Kayima

National Unity Platform Principal Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has sympathized with the family of Pastor Aloysius Bugingo after the shocking shooting incident that happened on Tuesday.

Bobi Wine has however called upon Pastor Bugingo to use his life to glorify God and not men, and to hate the devil and not fellow human beings.

“I was shocked but not surprised by the alleged gun attack on Pastor Bugingo that left his Assistant/ Driver/Church-elder/ UPDF- SFC bodyguard dead.”

“Gun violence has been so normalised in Uganda that every time an incident like that happens, we are all left wondering who the next victim might be.”

“Unfortunately, NONE of these gun attacks over the years has ever been investigated to a logical conclusion.” Said Bobi Wine before adding,

“Whatever it is, I send sympathies to Pastor Bugingo, his family and all those who fellowship at House of Prayer Ministries. I also send sympathies to the family of the deceased, Mr. Richard Muhumuza. ”

“Although Pastor Bugingo has been very hateful towards us and our struggle for a better country, I want to encourage all of us to pray for him at this time and extend sympathy towards him and his family.”

“Jesus teaches us in Matthew 5:44-45, to “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.

“Maybe God gave him another chance so as to open his eyes to the realities in our country. For him to see what exactly we are fighting for! Yes, he publicly rejoiced when some of our people, including our brother counsel Wameli died, but we must have the courage to return love where there is hate.”

“I hope he will use his life to glorify God and not men, and to hate the devil and not fellow human beings.” He added

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