Following teddy Naluswa's appeal to the Minister of youth and children affairs Nakiwala Kiyinji, Pr Bujjingo presented himself before the minster office after being summoned. The meeting was supposed to be attended by the dual although Teddy Naluswa chose not to attend for some reasons yet to be known.
Despite fulfilling the responsibility of educating the last born son Isaac Bujjingo, pr Bujjingo avowed to continue educating the two daughters until they complete the first degree.
More to that, pr Bujjing assured the minister that he is more than willing to continue offering financial support to the family despite the misunderstandings. On top of the Shs 800,000, the pastor said that their first home next to the family home is available and could be used to generate additional income, though Naluswa has not considered that.
The pastor appealed to the minster that if the law permits, he would like to spend some time with the son for a stipulated period of time. The minister stated that the pastor has a right to access his son, if necessary the child could stay with each parent for a stipulated time.
Pastor Bujjingo further appealed to the Nakiwala to urge Teddy Naluswa to get the family matters out of the media. in case of any issue to communicate, let her go through the minister instead of using the media platforms, which he said is adversely impacting the future of the children.
Finally, the minister decreed that these affairs are now being handled by the government, therefore media should keep out.
"I urge you and Teddy to stop discussing the matters in the media as we wait to see what and how the court will decide", Minister Nakiwala stated.
Nakiwala issued a card with a reference number to the pastor, not until the card is returned after the issue has been resolved no one is allowed to debate the issues in the media.
After which meeting, the pastor ended with a word of prayer, through which he prayed for the minster and the ministry, journalists, the nation and the president.