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Pastor Bujjingo Prayers For Uganda Cranes & Pledges Support In AFCON Campaign

The HPMI church under the leadership of Pr. Aloysius Bujjingo is known for supporting sports in various ways both spiritual and bodily.

House of prayer had a hand in Uganda cranes qualifying for AFCON 2017; this was done through prayers and through financial support as the ministry contributed Shs36m to the team. Without being selective the pastor offered Shs1m to each individual on the team including players and officials.

This year the pastor has not neglected the team as well, he has a message for them and advise as well to apply and defeat the competitors.

As usual Pr Bujingo pledged to gift them some money if they perform well.

Pr. Bujjingo a retired boxer explained why he is a great fan of sports.

Uganda Cranes will be playing it’s AFCON 2019 match against DRC on Saturday at 5:30 pm.

 

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