It is no longer a secret that House of Prayer Ministries International (HPMI) lead Pastor Aloysius Bugingo fell out with his wife Teddy Naluswa and that he is planning to wed his mistress a one Susan Makula Nantaba.
Bugingo started dating Makula way back in 2016 despite being a married man.
In 2018, he decided to leave his matrimonial home in Kitende, along Entebbe Road to stay with Makula in a rented apartment in Lungujja, Rubaga.
“He is planning to a wed one of his employees [Susan Makula] and currently they stay together in Lungujja. He is also building for her a house in Wakiso where they will live after their wedding,” Teddy revealed during an interview early this week.
Last Sunday during a church service, Bugingo told his followers that his wife and daughter Doreen Bugingo were trying to steal a piece of land that belongs to his Church. He also alleged that Teddy wanted to kill him justifying it as one of the reasons he decided to leave her.
Teddy has since denied the allegations saying Bugingo is just tarnishing her name because she refused to sign divorce papers.
However, ever since, Bugingo’s troubled marriage issues hit the wire, many people have been coming out to offer some advice to the couple most especially to the man of God.
On Friday, the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Spokesperson (UMSC) Hajj Nsereko Mutumba joined the long line of Ugandans advising Bugingo on how well he could handle his current marriage situation.
Appearing on a local TV station, Mutumba tipped Bugingo to convert to Islam since the religion permits followers to marry more than one wife.
“Unlike Christianity, Islam allows us to marry up to four wives so I advise Pastor Bugingo to come this side. He will be able to marry other women freely. Even others Pastors who feel the same like Bugingo should also convert,” Mutumba told Bukedde TV.
He further advised the preacher to keep his family issues out of the public eye.
“Those whom he call his followers and the public at large are busy laughing at him because what he is doing is not right. He should solve his differences with the wife amicably.”
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