Bobi Wine requests Arch Bishop Ssemwogerere to take action against SMACK headmaster for discriminating his son
The president of Uganda’s leading opposition political party, the National Unity Platform (NUP) hon Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert also known as Bobi Wine, has requested the Arch Bishop of Kampala archdiocese His Grace Bishop Paul Ssemwogerere to take action against St. Mary’s College Kisubi Headmaster Brother Deodati Aliganyira for discriminating his elder son Solomon Ssekayi, popularly know as Kampala.
During his speech at the Golden Jubilee of St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish Mpigi making 53 years of existence, Mr. Wine told reported to Bishop Ssemwogerere how the administration of SMACK mistreated his son and made efforts to blackmail the son, him, and the family.
“Archbishop (Bishop Ssemwogerere), we’re here to find ways of developing the Catholic Church but it’s very unfortunate that some of our fellow Catholics instead of guiding us take right paths, they’re soiling our pride, busy mistreating, bullying our children even in schools,” says Mr. Wine.
Hon Kyagulanyi was reacting to what happened at the Saturday SMACK parents meeting, where he openly blamed Mr. Aliganyira for suspending his son for two weeks over allegations that the school’s administration found illegal drugs in his sweet case.
The second count was that the administration blocked Mr. Wine’s son Kampala from contesting for the post of Head Prefect of the school as he explained to parents who attended the meeting.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Mpigi celebrate making 53 years on Sunday, and they used the function to mobilize funds to construct a new church.
Mr. Wine, Mawokota North MP Hillary Innocent Kiyaga, and Mpigi district woman MP Teddy Nambooze lead NUP MPs and supporters to contribute to the construction of the new church.