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Pr Bujjingo Urges Believers to Avoid Debts

 It was a moment of joy as the believers passionately offered dances of praise to the Lord. In the same way pr. Aloysius Bujjjingo the lead pastor at HPMI danced for God enthusiastically. A great downpour emerged amidst the overnight prayer service, but this did not stop the pastor and the congregation from praying.

Pr Bujjingo appreciated all salt media fans abroad for their great support. In the same way, he commended of a director a chain of schools for passionately loving God.


On the same occasion pr Bujjingo emphasized the significance of distancing himself from giving out the mobile number for contributions because to differ from other ministers he discourages such. He also highlighted the fact that salt media is about to make 5  years of broadcasting. The pastor discouraged believers from taking debts because it is very risky.

Finally, the preacher declared that next week there will be prayer and fasting that goes from 14 days plus the weekly Friday overnight prayers.



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