THE Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) is still studying files on allegations of sodomy against Pastor Robert Kayanja.
“Once we are done, we should be able to give a response,” Richard Butera, the director, told The New Vision on Tuesday.
In August, the Police cleared Kayanja of the allegations and instead urged the DPP to charge the four pastors who accused Kayanja of sodomy. The pastors are Martin Sempa, Moses Solomon Male, Michael Kyazze, Felix Semujju and Bob Kayiira.
“In each of the complaints of sodomy against Pastor Robert Kayanja of Miracle Centre Cathedral in Rubaga, the investigations did not reveal any evidence of such offence(s) committed,” the Police said in a report.
“I recommend that the persons who conspired and mobilised the complainants to make false allegations against Kayanja be charged with the offence of conspiracy to injure the reputation of Kayanja,” the report added.
Meanwhile, pastors under the National Coalition against Homosexuality and Sexual Abuse have appealed to President Yoweri Museveni and Parliament to institute a probe into homosexuality.
Homosexuality is on the increase in churches and schools, reportedly propagated by some human rights groups.
Muslim clerics joined the fight and called upon religious leaders, civil and government organisations to fight homosexuality, which they said was threatening the moral fibre of the Ugandan society.