SHEEMA: DID REV. FR. FELIX MUHUMUZA FATHER TWINS FROM KAMWENGE WOMAN? WILL A DNA TEST EXONERATE HIM?
BY WILBER MUHWEZI KASIBANTE
A woman from Kamwenge district, Mbabazi Irene Nalongo has dragged Rev. father Felix Muhumuza to police for allegedly producing Twins with her and thereafter refusing to take care of them.
Fr Felix Muhumuza is the Parish priest for Kashekuro Parish in Sheema district. Rev. Fathers according to Canons of Catholic church are not supposed to marry or produce children or do anything related to that.
The cases of child neglect were filed at the family and children departments of Greater Bushenyi and Rwenzori west police regions and www.mknewslink.com got details on the case.
When mk newslink.com contacted Fr. Felix Muhumuza to comment on the allegations, he denied having produced the twins from Iren Mbabazi Nalongo.
In a telephone interview with the man of God, today morning at 9:00am July 29, 2022, Fr. Felix Muhumuza categorically denied any knowledge of the sex scandal.
On the other hand, the complainant, Mbabazi Irene i asked police to reprimand fr Felix Muhumuza because he had even refused to pay a contractor who built the house for the children in Kamwenge.
A source close to this case told www.mknewslink.com managing editor at one point, Fr. Muhumuza suggested a DNA for the children but it never took shape.
This scandal has been dragging on for about two years but undercover.
The family and children department of Rwenzori west police region advised Nalongo to take her matter to the Archbishop of Mbarara Archdiocese His Grace Lambart Bainemigisha. This has not been done yet.
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