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Pr Bujjingo cautions pastors on illegitimate COVID-19 lectures

Pr Bujjingo has criticized preachers that have gone off-course and ventured into the business of teaching others about COVID-19, which is not their responsibility and line of duty.

As he preached during the overnight service, pr Bujjingo urged the religious leaders that are venturing into COVID-19 lectures to reroute to the countries that need them most such as Brazil.

In the same way, the pastor expressed concern over these preachers that rob and con others promising to lecture them and open their places of worship thereafter.

Besides, the pastor urged believers to stick to their faith regardless of the situation and the challenges that life throws at them.

He finally, urged believers to learn to always let go and let in whoever wants to get out and into their lives respectively.

 

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