By Peter Masereka,
The Bishop of the Diocese of Kasese, Rt. Rev. Francis Aquirinus Kibira has partly blamed the increasing cases of early marriages and teenage pregnancies in Kasese to the unfocused young girls who do not appreciate nature and end up taking the future for granted.
Addressing a congregation at Kasese Secondary School shortly after celebrating Holy Mass on the Feast of St. Andrew, the school Patron Saint on Sunday, Bishop Kibira urged school going children mostly girls in the district to prioritize education by desisting love advances by men intending to destroy their future.
He argued young girls to be more focused by appreciating their being, future and fearing God against men intending to have them for selfish motives. Bishop Kibira speaking 2..……
Bishop Kibira later asked Christians to spend the Month of October, the month of the Rosary, to put their faith in action by extending mercy to the less privileged and the environment that the Creator directed man to protect. Bishop Kibira speaking2…….
The Bishop was also concerned about brain drain he said was frustrating education in Kasese district. END