Victims of sodomy by top city pastors are refusing to open cases against their accusers for fear of harassment by the Police.
Pastor Moses Male of the Arising for Christ ministries says that many victims of sodomy accuse the Police of conniving with their abusers to harass them.
He adds that the security of the victims of homosexuality in the churches is not guaranteed. Pastor Male wants parliament to set up a commission of inquiry into allegations of homosexuality in the Pentecostal church, to allow the victims testify.
He says that when Julius Lukyamuzi, accused pastor Grace Kitaka of sodomizing him the police charged him for theft.
He says that another victim Andrew Arinaitwe, who accused Pastor Isaac Kiwewesi of Miracle center of the same offence, was also charged for car theft.
Male accuses the Police of taking sides, saying it can no-longer carryout independent investigations.
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He says that when one of the victims of sodomy is arrested other keeps a low profile and continues suffering in silence. But the spokesman of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Fred Enanga denies that Police have taken sides in the accusations.
Enanga insists that the Police want witnesses in the sodomy cases. On Pastor, Kiwewesi he said the Police carried out investigations and sent the file to Director of Public Prosecution for sanctioning.
He however says that the DPP withdrew the case because he did not find incriminating evidence against Pastor Kiwewesi.
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Several top Pastors have of recently come under spotlight on accusations of practicing homosexuality.
A self confessed former homosexual George Oundo a.k.a Georgina recently threatened to release a list of Pastors allegedly engaged in homosexuality.