By PAP Admin
While appearing on The Pan-African Pyramid (PAP) debates at Fairway Hotel In Kampala, Pastor Moses Solomon Male, a renowned evangelical preacher, a social activist in Uganda and executive director of Arising For Christ, denounced Homosexuality and called upon the President of the Republic of Uganda Kaguta Museveni to take immediate action against it.
Here Is The Speech From Pastor Moses Solomon Male about homosexuality under the Topic ‘‘ Is The West Planning A Revolution To WipeOut Africa Via LGBT”
About The Pan-African Pyramid
The Pan-African Pyramid is an intellectual non-partisan discussion forum built on the Pillars of PAN-AFRICANISM, PATRIOTISM and NATIONALISM whose Ideal/pre-occupation is to REVIVE intellectual discourse among the youths with a bias of re-constructing our lost Pan-Africanism, patriotism and Nationalism Values and spirit.
We are a non-profit, non-racist organization fully registered under the laws of Uganda on 14th July 2016.
At PAP, we don’t practice RACISM, NO, because RACISM is a sign of extreme backwardness. We instead, discuss topical social, economic and political issues across Africa and the world.
Topics are deliberately conceptualized to address deficiencies by filling in the perceived gaps in the levels of awareness to generate knowledge and solutions to African problems, first by Africans themselves. We do this without fear or favour.
The show is broadcast live at Fairway Hotel & Spa in Kampala every Friday 5-8 pm and a recorded version of the same runs on NBS Television every Saturday at 4 pm.
The Pan-African pyramid is the ONLY ‘FREE YOUR MIND’ forum which brings together African races to discuss positive issues that are germane to the total economic and social liberation of Africa and its people.
Pan-Africanism is an ideology and movement that encourages the solidarity of Africans worldwide. It’s based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress and aims to “unify and uplift” people of African descent. The ideology asserts that the fate of all African peoples and countries is intertwined. At its core Pan-Africanism is “a belief that African peoples, both on the continent and in the diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a common destiny”