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Pastors Solomon Male and Martin Ssempa together with two others were on Wednesday convicted for allegedly conspiring to tarnish the reputation of Rubaga Miracle Centre Pastor, Robert Kayanja.
The anti-sodomy campaigners, alongside Robert Kayiira, Michael Kyazze and businesswoman Dorothy Anita Kyomuhendo, were each ordered by Buganda Road Court to pay a fine of Shs1, 000,000 and community service for 100 hours or spend 6 months in jail.
Bwanika said that the church leaders’ choice to use public courts as means to solve issues of morality was a fundamental mistake in that people run to churches for moral guidance and therefore, church leaders cannot run to courts for help in areas where they are supposed to be experts.
He further said that the case has done more harm than good, raised questions than answers and elevated the question of homosexuality in church to even higher platform.
Bwanika has therefore called upon all the pastors to clearly state their stand and what prescription on those who may have involved themselves in this evil either as victims or promoters which he said the basis should be the bible and the doctrine principle should be clear which will enable believers known which church to join or not.
He added that the Born Again Christians should borrow best practices from Arch Bishop Henry Luke Orombi and the Church of Uganda whose stand on homosexuality is clear and in Black and White.
“We want the same from all leadership of the Born Again community,” he added.