Thursday, August 22, 2019
I Do Not Own a Soda & Water Company, Pr Bujjingo

It has been a talk of many in the city and trending all over social media that Pr Aloysius Bujjingo of HPMI owns a beverage company, alleging that the company is in the name of Canaan similar to Canaan Land. More to this, many assert that the pastor hired a young rapper famously known as ‘fresh kid’ to act as an ambassador for the soda and water company and that he has used the money collected for the church building to start up the company.

“ I want to make a disclaimer on several products they associate with us, making the public think that we own everything, all this is done with intentions to fail the church projects. Whether they like or not, we must succeed in fulfilling all that we are meant to do” stated Pr Bujjingo.


During the lunch-hour service today Pr Bujjingo clarified the matter that has been misleading many since they have started to consider him as one of the richest Ugandans.

He plainly declared that he has never started a beverage company neither does he have any share in it, and has no intentions of doing so.

The Pastor stated that it has never been in his wildest dreams to start up a beverage company.

Though a lot of misleading information has been spreading all over social media, the ministry is still thriving.

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