He said there was more need for parents and guardians to step up their role of nurturing and guiding their children so as to counter the negative impact that the ‘smuggling of sexuality into schools’ may cause.
Church of Uganda Arch-Bishop, Henry Ntagali has expressed fear that the introduction of sexuality in schools may tune pupils and students to ‘things that the church does not believe in'
He said there was more need for parents and guardians to step up their role of nurturing and guiding their children so as to counter the negative impact that the ‘smuggling of sexuality into schools' may cause.
"When we are not alert, we shall be taking Katogo .Let us know what we are imparting into our young generation so that they become responsible future leaders," Ntagali said in Luwero on Monday.
The Archbishop, who is on a weeklong pastoral tour of Luwero Diocese that started on Monday, noted that schools, including those founded by the church, expose sexuality issues to kids as early as Primary four.
Ntagali's first leg of the pastoral visit on Monday , covered: Bombo UPDF barracks and Church of Uganda educational institutions on Ndejje hill.
The Archbishop also denounced the vice of corruption as a ‘symptom of greed'.Ntagali said Ugandans are tired of corruption.
At Ndejje SSS, Ntagali warned students against indulging in love relationship.
"The love between a girl and a boy student is stupid love, "the Archbishop said, urging the students to desist self-aggrandizement and come down to meet God. Over 150 students declared to have got saved.
The administrations of Ndejje SSS and Ndejje University each contributed 1m shilling towards completion of Church house which under construction in Kampala.
At Bombo UPDF barracks where he addressed UPDF officers, Ntagali asked the army to re-introduce chaplains in barracks so as to provide for the spiritual wellbeing of the soldiers and their families.
The Bombo UPDF Commandant Hussein Adah said it was the first time in
50 years for the army unit to host a archbishop.