The President of the People’s development Party (PDP) Dr. Abed Bwanika has appealed to parents to be cautious of their children when choosing the schools to take them to so as to avoid them from adopting the immoral practices of homosexuality and lesbianism.
He says, there are schools in the country set up by homosexuality and lesbianism organisations to encourage the immoral practices.
Although the two practices are banned by the Ugandan constitution, they are widely practiced. Kiwewesi a prominent
Bwanika told journalists at the PDP headquarters in Kampala yesterday that parents should advocate for the revision of the Uganda schooling system to encourage, the setting up of mixed schools and abolishment of single schools because they encourage the immoral practices.
He says parents should also stop taking their children to boarding primary schools, where most learn the immoral behaviours. He says keeping children in day schools will help parents impart moral values to their children and to constantly monitor their behaviours.
The PDP president appealed to doctors, who operate many of the victims of homosexuality to report such cases to the police so that the culprits can be punished.
Bwanika also appealed to the government to priotise the fight against the practice of homosexuality through increased funding to the Ethics ministry, the police and increased sensitisation programmes on the dangers of the practices.
Abed Bwanika, a Veterinary Doctor, a Pentecostal Pastor, and a former Presidential Candidate