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Women would storm my office and ask for love- Bugembe

By Vision Reporter

Added 27th March 2012 02:57 PM

There is a lady who called me to sing at her introduction but she told her parents that I was coming as the son- in -law.

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There is a lady who called me to sing at her introduction but she told her parents that I was coming as the son- in -law.

Pastor Wilson Bugembe is a rock star, complete with groupie love. Carol Kasujja decided to join the stalkers, but with an interview, not those things.
 
Q: Praise God Pastor.
Praise the Holy Son of God. I am impressed that you love Jesus. Stay blessed, darling.
 
Q: As a fan and a believer, I would like to know your greatest weakness as a pastor.
I find it hard to punish people who wrong me. I always act like there is nothing wrong yet inside I am burning with anger but I cannot react.
 
Q: You told us that you were going to marry in 2011, up to now, you are still single. Do you even have a fiancée?
I have a girlfriend, and if all goes well we are getting married this year. But I am not sure of the month.
 
Q: Oh, you have a girlfriend! Tell me more about her.
She is a third year student at Makerere University. She is beautiful and loves God. Please do not ask more questions. You will get to know her more when she becomes my wife.
 
Q: Ok, this is the last question about her. Which pick up line did you use to win her heart?
I did not know that I was in love. She is someone who was always around church. She was a friend and we used to pray together. We were in the same cell. Before I knew it, I could not spend a day without calling her to find out how she is doing. After nine months, I developed feelings and I fell in love. No more questions.
 
Q: In one of your songs, you say that women stalk you. Have they stopped now that you have a girl friend?
At least these days they are not many. But last year, they would storm my office and ask for love. Two years back, there is a lady who called me to sing at her introduction but she told her parents that I was coming as the son- in -law. 
 
Q: Diana Namisango, wants to know why you slapped a girl in 2010 at your church.
She was not girl. She was an old woman who had stalked me for over two years. She was abusing me, using vulgar words whenever she met me; she even wanted to bewitch me. She abused me and I lost it and slapped her. I am also human I get angry. 
 
David Akiror is worried that you mix a lot with secular musicians. Won’t they lead you astray?
Before I became a star, these are people who used to help me in my daily life. Aziz Azion used to play a guitar in church, Titie Tabel connected me to important people, and Ruth Wanyana gave me support when I was opening up the orphanage. I cannot throw them out because I am a pastor. But God sent me to look out for Bobi Wine and Chameleon. But I think I am soon giving up because they seem to have hard souls. 
 
Holy pop music 
Kirk Franklin: He is one of the most popular gospel musicians ever, even though he does not sing. He is known for leading urban contemporary choirs such as The Family, God’s Property and One Nation 
 
Mary Mary: They are not called Mary. These sisters, best known for the hit Shackles (Praise You) are Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina Atkins-Campbell.

Papa San: The Jamaican son of Rastafarian parents went on to become one of the most popular gospel dancehall stars in the world. 
 
 

Lady contracted me to sing on her Intro but told her parents I was the son- in –law- Bugembe

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