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Anglican Church Clergy accused for allegedly being homosexual agents

Written by Carren Papai
2012-08-30 10:11:00
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An Anglican Church Priest Wednesday lashed out at fellow clergy for being money oriented and becoming homosexual agent.

Stanley Kapchanga of Machakusi Paccusedarish said most Anglican Church clergy traveling to European countries have gone there for the sake of money and personal gains and not because of the flock they serve.

“The priests have joined homosexual groups and are busy networking back here in the country. They are paid money to do so and they are targeting and luring the unaware youth.” Kapchanga revealed.

He made the disclosure during a sermon at Adungosi in Teso South District during the burial of 94 year old Ayub Oduwor.

He said the ACK church has denounced and rejected such acts and is educating the youth and cautioning them against falling prey to the networks.

“As a church we are calling upon parents to take monitor their children’s behavior and lifestyles as they grow to avoid regretting later,” he said. 

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