Archbishop Kazimba faults West for promoting homosexuality in Uganda
By Isaac Okello (email@example.com)
The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, The Most Rev. Stephen Samuel Kazimba Mugalu, has accused some European nations for trying to promote homosexuality in Uganda.
Kazimba made this statement while addressing Kole District leaders before he went to address the Christians at Okole P7 in his first day pastoral visit in the Diocese of West Lango.
He called on parliament to enact harsh anti homosexuality act in a bid to discourage the vice.
Archbishop Kazimba also decried rampant cases of corruption in the country that he said affects service delivery.
Kole South Member of Parliament, Peter Ocen Akalo in his remarks said many women are bearing the burden of family responsibilities due to negligence by the men.
He offered a cow to the archbishop in appreciation to his visit in the district.
Dean Denis Omeni Rwangote the former parliamentary aspirant for Kole South offered 10 million shilling to the archbishop to assist him in his pastoral visit while in West Lango
The Bishop of West Lango Diocese, Rt Rev Ceaser Nina Otim said the coming of archbishop Kazimba to Lango shows his love for the people of Lango.
Archbishop Kazimba who started his four day pastoral visit in the Diocese of West Lango on Thursday in Oyam had in plans to proceed to the District of Kwania.
The Archbishop’s visit ends today in Apac.