Masaka Diocese Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa has expressed his worry about the next generation especially by the time when the government has begun demoralizing the culture of Uganda by exposing women nature to the world through miss curvy contests for tourism.
Bishop Kaggwa, advised minister Kiwanda Ssuubi to think wisely about miss curvy before he can introduce this to the government of Uganda because it might cause problems.
“Now what will you introduce next after exposing bums, won’t you introduce exposure of breasts?” He asked.
Bishop Kaggwa also warned women against bad wears that expose their body structures and entice men hence end up facing problems like defilement, rape among other problems.
Bishop Kaggwa made these remarks on Sunday when he was leading a mass in prayers at Kalangala.
He also regretted because of improper laws including land law which was introduced and failed to implement it because since it was amended there has been increased land theft and many people have become homeless in their own country.