A group of juveniles who were part of a mammoth crowd that converged at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole to usher in the New Year 2013 with special prayers, resorted to steamy romps.
Gates were opened as early as 8:00am on Monday for other social activities like collection of household items to be distributed to in-mates in prisons. The long queues as a result of tight security made very many struggle to access the stadium.
Nevertheless the gates remained open till midnight. Many Christians travelled from various parts of the country to attend the annual passover prayers following the call by Pastor Joseph Sserwadda of Victory Christian Centre.
Among them were people with ulterior motives. Instead of joining other worshippers to pray for the New Year, they became touchyfeely before resorting to horizontal prayers. This was after a group of adolescents entered with intoxicants that heated up their evil minds to mount each other.
Whereas many Christians knelt, prayed, danced and hugged each other as it clocked midnight, others cuddled all through. Sserwadda condemned the practice of homosexuality and begging for aid, which aid he said, comes with stringent conditions which the country cannot meet. He prophesied that 2013 is going to be a year when the righteous will be separated from the evil ones.