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Don’t teach sex to our school children, says Lwanga

By Michael Odeng

Added 1st January 2019 04:18 PM

He also said the Bank of Uganda (BoU) officials implicated in the irregular closure of seven commercial banks and irregular operations should be brought to book if they committed the offence.

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He also said the Bank of Uganda (BoU) officials implicated in the irregular closure of seven commercial banks and irregular operations should be brought to book if they committed the offence.

Bank of Uganda deputy governor Louis Kasekende receives Holy Communion from Lwanga. Photo by Wilfred Sanya

SEX  LWANGA CORRUPTION

The Kampala diocese Archbishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, has said it was wrong to promote sex education in the country.

“How do you start promoting sex to children of three years. That is bad politics because the children will end up getting early pregnancies.”

He added: “We shall not leave out future generation to get spoiled by promoting immorality.”

 Lwanga with Christians. Photos by Wilfred Sanya



He also castigated leaders who promote intrigue in order to taint other people's image.

“The practice of intrigue should not be allowed to be promoted in our country because it taints people’s image,” Lwanga said.

He was speaking to a mammoth of Christians who had turned up to celebrate the first day of the year at Rubaga Cathedral in Kampala today.

Cyprian advised Christians to promote justice and peace at all levels, saying it leads to development of a country.

 Former DP president Paul Ssemwogerere and his wife at church


He said the Bank of Uganda (BoU) officials implicated in the irregular closure of seven commercial banks and irregular operations should be brought to book if they committed the offence, but if it is not true then it is intrigue, while pointing figures at Dr. Louis Kasekende, who also attended church.

 Youth minister Nakiwala Kiyingi, former Katikkiro Mulwanyamuli Ssemwogerere and Christians in church 


Pope Francis in a message delivered by Msgr. Alfred D’ Souza, a Bishop from India in charge of affairs at the Vatican Embassy, urged the leaders to work for peace and avoid corruption and theft.

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