The revelations about the children fallen educationist, Lawrence Mukiibi left have drawn in Uganda’s teachers’ union.
Uganda National Teacher’s Union (UNATU) has condemned teachers and head teachers who prey on children left under their care.
The UNATU Secretary General, James Tweheyo, says it is unethical and professionally wrong for teachers to lead learners into temptation.
Tweheyo’s statement follows wide spread condemnation of the Late Professor, Lawrence Mukiibi, the proprietor of St. Lawrence Schools and Colleges for fathering children with his former students.
Prof. Mukiibi succumbed to cardiac arrest last week. Dozens of young women showed up at his funeral with children they claimed to have had with the late Mukiibi.
Tweheyo says if it is indeed true that the late Prof. Mukiibi fathered children with learners placed under his care, his behavior should be condemned with the contempt it deserves.
Meanwhile, Police have advised the family of the late Prof. Lawrence Mukiibi to continue providing assistance to the expectant mothers who claim the fallen educationist was responsible for their pregnancies.
Keti Nandi, the officer in charge of child and family affairs in Kampala Metropolitan East, says the family should be tolerant and continue taking care of the expectant mothers up to birth.