Ignore Boy Child at your own risk – Archbishop Kaziimba

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MUKONO – The Most Rev Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda, has emphasized the significance of supporting the boy child during the 24th graduation ceremony (Part Two) at Uganda Christian University – MUKONO.

While acknowledging the commendable goal of gender equality, Archbishop Kaziimba stressed the importance of ensuring that both boys and girls receive the necessary support and opportunities to thrive.

He emphasized that the well-being and success of the boy child are crucial for a balanced and prosperous society.

Archbishop Kaziimba stated, “It is crucial to remember the importance of supporting the boy child in our society. Gender equality is commendable, but we must ensure that both boys and girls receive the support they need to thrive. The well-being and success of our young men are integral to a balanced and prosperous society.”

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He further noted, “Ignoring the boy child can have negative consequences. It’s important to provide equal attention and support to all children, regardless of gender, as each child has unique needs and potential.”

Addressing the potential dangers of neglecting the boy child, Archbishop Kaziimba emphasized the need for boys to learn cultural values, be equipped to confidently lead, and become responsible citizens and family leaders.

He highlighted the role of teaching boys respect for women to address gender-based violence (GBV) and societal issues.

During the ceremony, a total of 986 students graduated, with 54% being female and 46% male. Thirty-three students achieved First Class degrees.

Rev. Moses Agaba, the Chaplain of Bishop Barham University College and Rev. Ambrose Kwesiga, Head of Divinity and theology department at Bishop Barham University College in Kabale District graduated with Masters Degrees in Theology.

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(L) Rev Moses Agaba, Chaplain BBUC – Kabale Among the Graduates

Archbishop Emeritus Rt Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, the Guest of Honour, encouraged graduates to embrace servanthood, emphasizing that service is about putting others first.

He urged them to lead by example, live to serve, and avoid the pitfalls of living solely for personal gratification, linking such a mindset to the prevalence of corruption in society.

Uganda Christian University Graduates
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