“Disregard pioneers who regard gay rights,” says Pastor Bujjingo in a hidden assault on Bobi Wine (VIDEO). Place of Prayer Ministries leads Pastor, Aloysius Bujjingo, who has cautioned his adherents against political pioneers who regard gay rights.
In spite of the fact that he didn’t specify him by name, Bujjingo’s objective. However, from his remarks, People Power pioneer, Robert Kyagulanyi moniker Bobi Wine.
“They solicited one from the presidential hopefuls in Uganda his opinion of gays, attempt to search for his answer. Therefore, you as a conceived once more, don’t simply go with any government official. First post for what these government officials think about the God you serve. The gays are so rich with a ton of influence. They can confine you for not having faith in them,” Bujjingo said by a video transferred on Youtube on December 9.
In other words, he made the remarks during a help on Sunday, December 8.
The video transferred by Onspot Media Uganda
A week ago, Kyagulanyi revealed to South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) in a meeting. In spite of the fact that he doesn’t concur with gays, as a pioneer, however, he has a duty of guarding. The privileges of all residents regardless of their sexual direction.
He said by the Bible in the book of Genesis, after Noah’s flood, God put the rainbow in the sky. As the indication of His guarantee that He could never again wreck the earth with a flood (Genesis 9:13–17).
Presently Bujjingo said that the gays picked this image so that at whatever point God is going to decimate them. He reviews this guarantee for instance.
“Express gratitude toward God, generally the world would have crushed as of now. They looked in the Bible and saw that the rainbow is an indication that God picked that is the reason. They hold rainbow umbrellas and images with the goal that He doesn’t pulverize them,” He included.
Therefore, the gay rights issue stays a hot potato in Uganda.
In conclusion, 2014, Parliament affirmed the counter homosexuality gay bill and President Museveni consented to it before it was canceled by the Constitutional Court.
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