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President Museveni Would Have Ordered 3 Days Of Fasting – Pastor Aloysius Bugingo

A couple of days ago, the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni ordered that all religious gatherings including church meets should end this week until the next 32 days, so that proper measures can be observed in an attempt to prevent the deadly Corona virus in the country, but Pastor Aloysius Bugingo of House of Prayer Ministries International seems to be against president’s decision.

On a good note, Uganda has not yet received any COVID-19 case yet, but it’s spreading to different parts of the continent, including neighboring countries like Kenya, South Sudan and Rwanda. According to Pastor Aloysius Bugingo from the Canan land, he claims that it was very unnecessary for the President to continue with his decision.

However, the Salt TV media boss and a famous pastor said that the country and the whole World needs God’s mercy and therefore, he should have ordered 3 days of serious fasting.

A new system apparently requires new digital aspects in churches in order to maintain safety precautions. People should stay home and use means like social Media, radios and TVs to communicate to believers country wide until further notice.

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