patient http://cmlsociety.org/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/language-selector.php geneva;”>While speaking during the National Prayers at Tabernacle Centre International Church in Namungona on Sunday 2, March, Ssekandi emphasised the need to protect and preserve the country’s cultural values against the western culture.
The Vice president called upon Ugandans not to be under threat over the declaration by several donors withholding their donations to the country citing out that their contribution is minimal compared to what Ugandans contribute towards national building.
“Statistics indicate that donations only contribute 20 percentage of the National domestic product (NDP) and the 20 percentage is always in loans which we later on pay through different ways,” he said.
The purpose of the National prayers was to thank God for the courage He gave president Museveni to assent to the Anti- homosexuality Act.
During the service, the vice president extended donation Shs 3,000,000 of as contribution for the construction of the church.
On the same note, Haji Yusufu Musisi the presidential adviser on security advised parents to always take the responsibility of paying fees for their children as the only way to success in this competing world which will protect their children from being recruited as gays.