Yesterday, 1st /Feb/2020, comedian Dr.T amale, expressed his dissatisfaction towards the way Pastor Wilson Bugembe conducted himself after he was insulted for allegedly making a post that was against Bobi Wine.
Bugembe apologized for the mishap, however, noted that he did not say anything in relation to what he was being accused of.
This follows a post that was peddled on social media a month ago. The post which was majorly on Facebook was presumed to have come from Celebrity Pastor, Pastor Wilson Bugembe, who got a lot of netizens up in arms.
According to what we saw in the post, it stated that Bobi Wine should accept defeat from President Museveni because Ugandans are okay with the outcome and don’t need war.
“Bobi Wine Ugandans are fine with the outcomes of the previous presidential elections, accept defeat because we just want peace,” the post read.
Upon seeing this post, netizens directed all forms of insults to Pastor Bugembe there is which including likening him to a pig and worse of all pronouncing him dead.
The man of God tried to keep silent hoping it would eventually pass, however, he could not handle it anymore which prompted him to come out and clear the air.
“I would love to inform Bobi Wine and Barbie and whoever has been abusing me, that I have never mentioned any statement of that kind, I think whoever did it, just wanted people to hate me,” said Pastor Bugembe.
He added that ever since the election period kicked off, he has tried as much as possible to keep a distance from saying anything concerning politics because he is not a politician.
After Bugembe tendering in his apology, Dr. T amale castigated him for apologizing to young men and women who insulted him for his opinion.
In his view, Dr. T felt that instead of apologizing to the young men and women who insulted him, he would have rebuked them for not being respectful to people.
He further argued that Bugembe’s apology defeated the purpose of him being church leader, “how could he apologize to people that insulted him, he would have rebuked them and by so doing it would help educated and convert souls but because he doesn’t want to lose people he had to apologize.”
He added that since men of God have failed to tell young people the truth, he is going to take up their role since they are busy pleasing men instead of glorifying God for His goodness.
Ironically, when he was reached for comment, the comedian denied having said anything in connection to rebuking pastor Bugembe.
“That was not me, I promise you, it must have been someone else, “ he said
We don’t know hey he denied it yet the video is still on his Facebook page.
Read related stories:
Read related stories: