House of prayer ministries led by pastor Aloysius Bugingo has joined the campaign the kick COVID-19 out of Uganda. Pastor Bugingo handed over a cheque of Uganda Shillings 100m to help in the purchase of health facilities during this trying time in the Country.
Uganda has registered 52 cases of positive COVID-19 patients. President Museveni yesterday called upon companies to give in what they have to save the lives of Ugandans out there.
Who is Pastor Aloysius Bugingo?
Pastor Bugingo was born on November 25, 1972, in Masaka. He registered House of prayer ministries international on September 10, 2012. In addition, he signed it’s ownership papers as a businessman and his wife Teddy Bugingo as a businesswoman. Pastor Aloysius Bugingo is the CEO of Salt media which comprises of Salt FM and Salt TV.
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“We thank God for enabling us to make the contribution of 100m we have managed today. I thank God for the gift of life because we have not heard any death case in our Country. I also call upon anyone who can contribute anything to the nation to save our people. We want our people safe because staying at home is better than getting locked up in a coffin. In addition, as Salt media, we are together with all Ugandans and the government of Uganda. We thank President Museveni for putting strong measures in place to curb the widespread of the virus,” Pastor Aloysius Bugingo said.
How Do we control the widespread of COVID-19?
“We can control the widespread of the COVID-19 pandemic by following the measures from the Ministry of Health (MOH). Therefore let’s do the following to ensure we live a clean and free COVID-19 virus environment,” Pastor Aloysius Bugingo added.
-Always ensure you wash your hands with soap and hand sanitizers every time you touch any surfaces.
-Also, make sure you avoid touching your soft parts of the body.
-Let us stay at home
-Avoid overcrowded places
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