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Bishop warns students against homosexuality

By Vision Reporter

Added 9th June 2009 03:00 AM

STUDENTS have been warned against receiving money from people who may want to lure them into homosexuality. Speaking at the Mvara Secondary School old student’s reunion in Arua district on Saturday, the Bishop of Madi and West-Nile Diocese, Joel Obetia,

STUDENTS have been warned against receiving money from people who may want to lure them into homosexuality. Speaking at the Mvara Secondary School old student’s reunion in Arua district on Saturday, the Bishop of Madi and West-Nile Diocese, Joel Obetia,

By Frank Mugabi

STUDENTS have been warned against receiving money from people who may want to lure them into homosexuality. Speaking at the Mvara Secondary School old student’s reunion in Arua district on Saturday, the Bishop of Madi and West-Nile Diocese, Joel Obetia, said homosexuals were targeting schools.

“These people are giving money to students to mislead them,” Obetia said. He urged school administrators to check antisocial behaviours and pornography that are usually pinned in dormitories.

“How do you work out a mathematical equation when a breast of a woman pinned on the wall of your dormitory is in your mind?” Obetia asked, sparking off laughter from the guests and students.

Obetia, who is also the chairperson of the school’s board of governors, said the world was doomed if pornography was not stopped.

Electoral commissioner Tom Buruku castigated parents for not being role models. He said parents had failed to guide and instill honesty, integrity and pride in their children.

The transport state minister, Simon Ejua, said the education ministry had earmarked sh1.75b for the renovation of the teachers’ quarters, science laboratory, computer laboratory and classrooms at the school next year.

The old students used the occasion to launch a book drive, which fetched about sh18.8m. The reunion chairman, Eng. William Tiyo, said the drive was meant to stock the library.

Bishop warns students against homosexuality

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