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Pastor Wilson Bugembe credits Bobi Wine for success and supports Museveni’s stance on religious freedom


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Often, Pastor Wilson Bugembe of the Nansana Worship House Ministries has been called out for not picking a side when it comes to political affairs. He always expresses his love for both NRM and NUP’s Bobi Wine.

While appearing in an interview, Bugembe noted that he has been a longtime friend of Bobi Wine’s since the day he accepted to feature in one of his biggest music projects’ “Komawo Eka”.

Bugembe revealed that even at the time when Bobi Wine was at his peak, he always spared his time to feature in other projects of his and that turned them into brothers.

“I wouldn’t be who I am today had Bobi Wine not appeared in my Komawo Eka Video. He was so hard to reach back then but he accepted and featured in the video. I believe his being in my videos paved the way for me to be his crowd so he is my brother,” Pastor Wilson Bugembe said.

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He then also noted that his support for President Museveni heavily leaned towards him upholding the freedom of worship for all believers.

Worship House is now one of the fastest-growing churches. It’s the freedom of worship and I thank President Museveni for letting us worship freely regardless of our backgrounds or social class. So I am on the fence, I love the president and also love Bobi Wine.

But if someone visits Worship House, please do not ask what political party I support. Just ask me to pray for you. I hope we can achieve that, when all people no matter the political party can feel at home and feel Jesus.

Pastor Wilson Bugembe

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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