The war against corruption in Uganda cannot be won, because the government lacks the legitimacy to fight it. Corruption has become so endemic, and is an accepted way of life, that even the Police, IGG and the Courts are unable to stop.
Much as raped men rarely speak out about their experience, victims in northern Uganda are receiving support in overcoming their odeal, from a handful of activists who setting up support groups, as well as advocating for legal reform and a precise definition of male rape.
The Archbishop of Gulu Diocese John Baptist Odama while presiding over the wedding ceremony of Pader Resident District Commissioner (RDC), Catherine Lamwaka and Thomas Opira, a member of the National NGO Board under the ministry of Internal Affairs, last Saturday; called on all Ugandans to be tolerant with one another and formalise marriages for a stable and violent free nation by caring and protecting one another in the community. He also preached against cohabiting saying that one bed cannot be shared by four people.