Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo denies newspaper report of $20million grant


The Rt Revd Christopher Senyonjo (second from left in the photo above), President of Integrity Uganda and retired Anglican bishop of the diocese of West Buganda has emailed me denying the allegation reported in the Monitor newspaper that Integrity Uganda is one of the groups benefiting from a $20million grant to promote homosexuality. Bishop Christopher writes:

Dear Rev. Coward

It is true that the Minister of Ethics in Uganda just before Christmas it was reported by Monitor News Paper that he said that Integrity Uganda and GAYUGA were to receive $20 million to promote the cause. This is of course absolutely untrue.
Best regards.

Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo

Bishop Christopher was a member of our team at the Lambeth Conference in 2008, working alongside Inclusive Church, Changing Attitude and Integrity. He was excommunicated by Archbishop Henry Orombi on 24 March 2006 as a result of his support for LGTB people and his commitment to the Integrity group.

Gug, the Gay Ugandan blogger, was another of the three accused of receiving money, which he has totally refuted on his blog.

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