Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga attacks Pastor Bugingo for calling the marriage vows satanic and that they do not exist anywhere in the Holy Bible
Today 12 January 2020, during the Sunday service, Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga of Christian Life Church Makerere-Kavule attacked Pastor Aloysius Bugingo of the House of Prayer Ministries International because of his claim that marriage vows are satanic and that they are the main cause of murder between married couples.
“There are many couples in the Bible, who of them committed to such vows? Did Abraham vow to marry Sarah, or Isaac did vow to marry Rachael? “Bugingo told a congregation that was at this point as cold as ice contrary to the usual applause that follows his statements.Tweet
“Think about it. People do not just kill their spouses? It is the satanic vows they made that ‘Death will do us apart,’ where is it in the Bible? “He addedTweet
On that basis, Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga accused Bugingo that he was totally at odds with anything he said and that he wondered whether Bugingo was really a true preacher of the gospel of God.
“I totally disagree with whatever Pr Bugingo is doing. I wish he was a true pastor but he isn’t. How dare he kneels to his mistress whom he impregnated, amidst a congregation after fornicating even when he is still legally married, and the matters are still before the court? HencTweet
Pastor Ssenyonga continues to confirm that Bugingo is not a true servant of God, so he should receive Christ again and return to his official wife, Teddy Naluswa Bugingo.
He says that Bugingo should repent before God because of the fornication with his mistress Susan Makula.
“Bugingo should get saved again because he isn’t a born again. You have two wives then how will you advise legally married people with misunderstandings? You fornicated and you are proud of it. You are spitting in the face of God. Dump that mistress and get back to your legal marTweet
Bugingo claims that because partners are bound by vows only divorce spouses after one of them dies, this is why many have resorted to killing their spouses once there is conflict in marriage.
He said Christians should be aware that Satan brought vows to encourage murder because the devil came to steal, kill and destroy.
It’s not the first time, according to the record, that Bugingo challenges Christian doctrines in relation to marriage after a recent incident when he removed a marriage ring from his finger and threw it, saying that marriage rings are also satanic.
He even encouraged the congregation to avoid marriage rings because they were not biblical.
Bugingo was married to wife Teddy Naluswa Bugingo in Church more than 29 years ago, a mother of his children whom he left and opted for her employee Susan Makula.