The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda His Grace Stanley Ntagali has spoken against the teaching of sexuality in lower levels of education in Uganda which he fears could corrupt children’s morals.
Archbishop Ntagali said that the soon to be introduced Comprehensive Sexual Education will expose young people to temptations.
The leader of the Anglican Church was speaking at the official opening of a church founded by the Executive Director Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi in Bigodi, treatment http://danielborda.net/wp-includes/post-template.php Rwengobe, more about http://darkon.org/wp-admin/includes/post.php Kamwenge district.
Mutabazi in April 2015 made a pledge to construct a place of worship in Bigodi from where he hails to honor God. Mutabazi’s pledge was to build a recognized church with an estimated cost of Ugshs 500M in appreciation for what God has done for him and his family over the years.
In his sermon, Archbishop Ntagali reminded parents of their role in ensuring that their children are brought up with Christian values as well as being part of the church. He cited the late Paul Katuliiba and Yaeri Kibetenga, Mutabazi’s parents who oriented him in Godly values.
The Archbishop was accompanied by the East Rwenzori Diocese Bishop Edward Bamucwanira. Ntagali also took the swipe on politicians for not doing enough to alleviate poverty levels in Uganda especially among the youths. He added that the just sworn in members of the 10th parliament have a huge task ahead of them given the unfinished work by the previous MPs.
Speaking to the invited guests at his home later that day, Godfrey Mutabazi congratulated President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for emerging as victor in the February Presidential elections and successfully being sworn in. He further hailed the government for the good governance.