A total of over Shs200m both in cash and pledges has been contributed by believers to build Pastor Wilson Bugembe’s Nansana-based Worship House Church basing on the information that we have so far gathered.
The update comes through following a statement from the office of the Vice President which showed that VP Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi contributed sh10m towards the fundraising drive that has attracted several believers from Uganda, South Africa, and Kenya.
In the statement, Edward Ssekandi stated how it is a noble obligation of all believers to contribute to building places of worship, which he termed as an immeasurable investment both of earth and in the next world.
He hailed the spirited efforts of Pastor Bugembe to change the lifestyles of the youth engaged in uncouth behavior like drug abuse and reforming them to becoming better citizens through paying their fees and starting them into various economic activities.
Bugembe thanked all believers who have continued to contribute to expand the land on which the church will be constructed from the original quarter an acre that they began with.
He said that the Lord has tested Him in various ways from when he began singing worship songs to when he got a calling to begin preaching the word of God.