Pastor Aloysius Bugingo was on the spot by Human rights activists and the general public over his reactions that wife Teddy Naluswa has suffered a haemorrhage for 10 years. (PHOTO/File)
KAMPALA – City Pastor and the proprietor of House of Prayer Ministry Aloysius Bugingo has Saturday afternoon apologized for all the demeaning utterances he made about his wife Teddy Naluswa.
Bugingo denied he indeed to demean Ms. Naluswa.
“I did not intend to offend my wife Teddy Naluswa, my children and women,” Bugingo said during a service.
The pastor claims that his utterances were a reply to his wife’s public testimony some time back.
“My wife once willingly gave a testimony of how God’s powers healed her. My words were just gluing up what she said but not to offend her,” Bugingo stated.
Bugingo further revealed that his statements where a result of emotional pain he went through in the 10 years when his wife was suffering from constant bleeding.
He apologized to the public, women and his family that, “I was surprised by the reaction of the women on the matter. Many threatened to involve the Speaker of Parliament on the matter. Others wrote to Uganda Communication Commission to get me off air. But from the bottom of my heart I apologize because I did not intend it.”
Since Wednesday, a day he made the comments that has been deemed unacceptable, Human rights activists and the general public reacted angrily to Bugingo’s claims that his estranged wife Naluswa has suffered a haemorrhage for 10 years