By Watchdog reporter
The case in which Pastor Aloysius Bugingo is accused of burning Bibles has been taken to Chief Magistrate Court in Nabweru and the hearing is set to begin on 10 July, 2017.
“Take note that this Honorable Court shall on the 10th day of 07, 2017 at 3:30pm o’clock in the fore /afternoon or soon thereafter as counsel for the applicants may be heard or be moved,” statement partly reads.
“ An interim order does issues restraining the respondent (Pastor Aloysius Bugingo), his agents, servants or persons under his authority from further making utterances , speeches, sermons and /or statements concerning any versions, transactions or languages of the Holy Bible in any way that attacks or violets,”
In April this year, former Ddembe Presenter Aloysius Matovu Kiiza and his colleague Francis Jemba (both born-again Christians) through their lawyers Wamell and Co. Advocates filed a case accusing the pastor of “insulting religion and wounding Religious feelings” when he burnt hundreds of Bibles at his church in Makerere Kikoni.
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