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UCU Chancellor Archbishop Kazimba to reward virgin girls. MUBS, UCU & MAK slayers give up

Archbishop Kazimba made the remarks during his Pastoral Visit to some schools in the Wakiso district ahead of celebrations to mark 50 years of the diocese of Kampala at Gayaza High School.

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda (COU) Dr. Steven Kazimba has said he will reward virgin school-going girls.

He made the remarks during his Pastoral Visit to some schools in the Wakiso district ahead of celebrations to mark 50 years of the diocese of Kampala at Gayaza High School.

Adams Sadiiki, the communications officer of COU says this initiative by the Archbishop is meant to promote purity in courtship, healthy dating, and respectable marriages.

While serving as Bishop of Mityana, Kaziimba started a program of honoring couples that upheld chastity till the time of marriage.

Sadik says that Dr. Kazimba has put aside some cash rewards for the same program that will be given to girls who will pass an assessment by a team of highly respected born-again women well conversant with proving that one is a virgin.

This has left a number of UCU, MUBS, and MAK slayers worried because they have no hope of bagging the prize anytime soon.

Some of the slayers were overheard by our snoop saying they have given up already before the competition even starts. “We are out of the race, how do you expect a babe with nyash to be a virgin.” a student at Akamweesi Hostel was heard telling a friend.

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