House of Prayer Ministries run by Pastor Aloysious Bugingo, the fire is on. During Sunday Service sermon, Bugingo made it clear that his wife was trying to claim the church land. “This land does not belong to me, my wife or even my children. This is church land. My wife can go hand,” Bugingo publicly told his followers.
Although Bugingo and Pastor Teddy (the wife) have not gone through the divorce process, church land is believed to be the only remaining deal to this agreement.
Pastor Teddy claims if they are divorcing, she should be given her share of the land as laid down in the marriage and divorce act.
It is believed that Bugingo is ready to move on but won’t sign anything that stands in the re-appropriation of church land.