In May this year, Pastor Aloysius Bugingo said he will never expose his family issues with his estranged wife Teddy Naluswa again to the general public.
He said he regrets devastating millions of his followers, admirers and well wishers.
“I want to apologise to the nation. God raised me in a dung hill. He who brought my name from there, I will not do anything that will tarnish the name he gave me. I will also apologise to the men and women who are tuning in and those who are here, who suffered throughout last week having to hear my name over and over,” He told his followers during a service at his Makerere based House of Prayer Ministries International (HPMI) following a bitter verbal fight with his wife.
But guess what? It was a lie; the man of God is not about to stop stinging his wife.
In a lunch-hour service at Canaan Land on Thursday, Bugingo continued to spit venom against his Teddy saying that she starved him sexually for 10 years.
“I have tried to always keep quiet to respect Teddy but she is playing the sympathy card too much. She says she has been with me for 27 years through thick and thin. But how come she doesn’t talk about her haemorrhage (fistula). My wife bled for 10 years. Every single day, I bought cotton since pads could no longer contain her flow. I didn’t have sex for those 10 years. I didn’t even cheat. How come I didn’t get another woman in those years? Surely people must know that if I were to leave, it would have been then. I have been patient, I have tried all my best to make this thing work. Let her stop claiming she is the one who tried her best.”
Bugingo further revealed that they had sex less than 100 times in their marriage of 29 years.
Meanwhile, Bugingo recently agreed to share his Shs2 billion property with Teddy as one of the conditions for their divorce.
In a closed-door court hearing at the Chief Magistrate Court in Entebbe, Bugingo made it clear that he is not willing and ready to reconcile with Naluswa. He said he should be allowed to marry another woman of his choice.
Amongst the property to be shared include; Salt Media, House of Prayer Ministries International, plots of land in Wakiso and Mukono, among others.