Kampala Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has said that some people have lately accused him of siring twins, an act that violates his ordainment as catholic priest.
Lwanga is not supposed to father any children until he quits priesthood.
However, he is the latest victim of blackmail orchestrated by a group of people who also accuse him of taking bribes from President Museveni to support his Presidency.
Lwanga, decried the indecent language used by the social media enthusiasts while making derogatory comments as a response towards him, following his statement made last year asking for postponement of elections.
The man of God expressed concerns last evening as he led mass at Munyonyo in Kampala and praying for peace as the country prepares to go into an election to vote for political leaders.
“Someone came to me and said I have children. And those children are twins. He even had a picture of these children,” Lwanga said.
Adding that when he saw the photo he realized the twins belong to his sister whom he resembles very much.
“This sister of mine we resemble a lot. And that is the basis of this blackmail,” Lwanga said.
He used the same occasion to castigate those who accuse him of taking bribes from the President.
But Lwanga said he has forgiven all these sinners.
“For me I have forgiven them.”
Earlier, in December he said that a certain group of Ugandans is threatening him and accusing him and other religious leaders of trying to frustrate National Unity Platform Presidential Flagbearer, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine.
“Certain people on social media are accusing me and other religious leaders of harboring ill intentions against Bobi Wine. One of them even called me and said that religious leaders want to kill Bobi Wine by poisoning the hostia (Eucharist bread). These people have apparently asked Bobi Wine to stop taking holy communion in church or not pray in certain churches for such a reason. Can you imagine!” Lwanga wondered.