The National Fellowship of Born-again Pentecostal Churches (NFBPC) has today Tuesday denounced embattled Aloysius Bugingo revealing that the pastor has failed to heed to advice.
In a statement released today, Bugingo has failed to adhere to advice from the body’s elders.
He, the statement reads, advised to separate his family from church and asked to stop demeaning his wife in public.
“At first, he accepted to change but a few months later he was back at it,” the statement reads.
And now the association has denounced Bugingo clearly stating that they have totally nothing to do with him.
The statement is signed by the association’s head BishopJoshua Lwere.
Bishop Lwere of Grace Assembly Church, located at Old Kampala, has been at the helm since 2013 when he took over from Apostle Alex Mitala.
The association’s has in the recent past focused on redeeming the image of the Pentecostal movement in Uganda.
The group has of late been tainted by self-styled pastors with some implicated in corruption, molestation and sodomy-related cases.
“Our credibility has been harmed by self-seekers who infiltrated us, and having been elected in such a position, I promise to give my best to redeem our image,” the president said.
Formed in 1990, NFBPC is a national umbrella network of more than 22,000 mainly Pentecostal churches and para-church organisations. Pastor Simeon Kayiwa was NFBPC first overseer in 1990, who was later replaced by Apostle Mitala in 2003.,