Love and lust are two difference aspects in life but it insults if the elite class nowadays are so lustful to an extent of impregnating their learners hence demoralizing the others.
The Bishop of Mukono Diocese, Rt. Rev. James Williams Ssebaggala has warned teachers and other
professionals in the country to guard themselves from contracting HIV/AIDS so that the country can benefit from their professions and services.
While commissioning over 390 graduands who completed their grade III teaching certificate at St. Paul Nazigo primary teachers’ college in Kayunga district.
Ssebaggala warned the newly commissioned teachers that if they don’t guard themselves against HIV/AIDS, they will not live long and the country will not fully benefit from their services.
“You have now finished your studies but I warn you AIDS still exists as you are now free to engage in marriage issues but please I urge you to be faithful to your partners if any as a protective measure against the epidemic,” Ssebaggala said.
Meanwhile, he asked teachers not to engage in acts of corruption where they are going to be employed saying the vice has eaten up the good moral in most of the members of the public.
“Corruption is everywhere in the country but as teachers act professionally and rather teach the
youngsters against it so that in future the nation gets a corrupt free generation.
Live an exemplary life if you want to earn yourself respect from the public and your learners.” Ssebaggala emphasized.
The Bishop also expressed concern over a small number of students in the college who come from Kayunga district and urged parents to utilize the opportunity and take their children to study in the church of Uganda owned primary teachers’ college which is in their area.
He further explained that Mukono diocese is focusing on children because they want to see children of this nation develop as God fearing people and asked students to be good ambassadors by talking good of the college wherever they go.
The college principal, Dawn Muloki said the number of students has increased from 150 to 696 in the last two years.
However, Muloki said the growing numbers of students at the college has brought a challenge
of inadequate accommodation of students at the institution and stressed the need to construct a dormitory and classroom blocks to cater for the growing population of students.
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