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Bishop Twinomujuni: The Dark Impact of Promiscuity and Porn on Ugandan Youth

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West Ankole Diocese
PHOTO - West Ankole Diocese - Supporting the bishop's concerns, the School Chaplain, Rev. Can Ananius Nteireyo, appealed to parents to spend quality time with their children and guide them towards a responsible and virtuous path.
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In a recent gathering, West Ankole Diocese Bishop, Rt. Rev Johnson Twinomujuni, expressed deep concern about the harm caused to young people by promiscuity and pornography. He conveyed his worries, particularly about the influence of smartphones on youngsters, which, without parental guidance, can lead them astray.

According to Bishop Twinomujuni, the impact of promiscuity and pornography is so severe that it can alter the course of young lives irreparably. He warned that individuals who indulge in such content risk emptying their sexual lives before even meeting their future spouses.

The bishop made these remarks during a ceremony in Bushenyi District where he confirmed 59 children into the Anglican Faith and dedicated 725 senior four and six candidates of Bweranyangi Girls Secondary School for the upcoming national exams.

He went on to emphasize that the proliferation of promiscuity and pornography has reached alarming levels, even affecting sexual orientations and relationships. He attributed this phenomenon to the corrupting influence of explicit material.

Bishop Twinomujuni encouraged students to identify their life goals and pursue them with determination, offering examples like former US president Barack Obama and late Idi Amin, who both achieved success through hard work.

He also urged young girls to live meaningful lives that contribute positively to the world, leaving behind a legacy to be celebrated by future generations.

Supporting the bishop’s concerns, the School Chaplain, Rev. Can Ananius Nteireyo, appealed to parents to spend quality time with their children and guide them towards a responsible and virtuous path.

The headmistress of Bweranyangi Girls Secondary School, Ms. Juliet Muzoora Atuhaire, echoed these sentiments and called on parents, political leaders, and church officials to join hands in nurturing a responsible future generation. She expressed concern that many children arrive at school with troublesome behaviors due to a lack of parental involvement and excessive exposure to smartphones, emphasizing the need for shared responsibility in their upbringing.