The singer said that parents are nowadays waking up to the scariest of nightmares. He termed this as a four-dimensional pandemic.
According to the Kaberebere singer, if it’s not alcohol nowadays ripping these kids apart, it’s either drugs or child sex. And now a fourth one in homosexuality has joined the triangle to make a square.
Furthermore, the singer highlighted international schools in Uganda. These have become a hub for brewing homosexuality. He went ahead to say that this is a trend fueled by the ideology of inclusion, media, fashion and minorities’ rights. Nowadays culture and masculinity are all deemed toxic and are being dumped.
“Parents are waking up to their worst nightmares. The new pandemic is four-dimensional. If it’s not drugs, it’s Alcohol. If it’s not alcohol, it’s child sex. And if it’s not child sex, it’s homosexuality. You wake up on your most beloved child behaving weirdly. The rate at which kids especially in international schools are turning gay is propelled by the ideology of inclusion, media, fashion, and the focus on rights for minorities. Culture is now deemed toxic and masculinity is regarded as toxic. There’s just a lot going.. kansilike,” said the singer.
This week has seen the topic of homosexuality fill the news in Uganda.
It followed a statement from Kings College Buddo acknowledging that a teacher had sodomized a student. The school however seemed to be trying to cover up this crime.
Parliament also this week raised the issue saying students are currently being initiated into the act. Kasese local government was also under the spotlight for trying to recognize gay people as a minority group.
This all comes at a time when Pope Francis condemned the criminalization of homosexuality. The Pontiff also said that everyone is God’s child and shouldn’t be judged.
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