Bakamuhoora family with bishop on graves of their ancestors (Photo by Michael Atwakiire)
SHEEMA- The West Ankole Diocesan Bishop Rt. Rev. Johnson Twinomujuni has warned women to stop harassing their mothers and fathers in laws if they need prosperity in their families.
While preaching at the memorial and Thanksgiving ceremony of the family of the late Erisa Bakamuhoora in Rukondo, Kitagata archdeaconry, Bishop Twinomujuni noted that newly married couples nowadays tend to harass and torture their in-laws forgetting that if it wasn’t because of those mothers, their husbands wouldn’t be alive.
Bishop added that some people forget easily and that’s why some have reached the extent of bragging around just because of mere promotions and earthly wealth.
“Being humble costs nothing, but you find someone bragging as if they own the whole world forgetting that the God who pushed them where they are now can as well pull them down.”Twinomujuni
Cabinet minister for Justice and constitutional affairs Hon Prof Ephraim Kamuntu who is the NRM candidate for Sheema South county revealed his worry about young generation who no longer respect elders.
Prof Kamuntu advised that those who brag around to know that they are all taking the same route of death.
Canon Charles Aine Bakamuhoora the head of the family who doubles to be managing director of Hills nursery School Kitagata said that poor child upbringing leads to this decayed morals in young couples.
He added that the poor education system where girl children are spending much of their time at school even during holidays fails them to acquire encouragement words from their parents on how to manage families in future.