FALLEN EDUCATIONIST Professor Lawrence Mukiibi, the proprietor of the famous St. Lawrence schools ‘loved them brown and bummy’, it has been revealed.
The Late Prof. Mukibi looking on
This shocking revelations come days following his burial.
At his burial on friday last week, it emerged that the celebrated professor had fathered various children outside wedlock.
Then the number of kids was said to be 53.
And since then it has been growing with many sources claiming he left 87 children, and 20 pregnancies.
All these in 80 young girls, all former students at his schools.
Now sources attached to the schools have admitted that it was public knowledge that Mukiibi had ‘a thing for brown and bummy’ girls.
“They would make him weak in the knees. He would salivate and get uncomfortable whereever he would see such students,” one close source told us.
Reports suggest that he even had a fridge stocked with alcohol in his offices, especially the one at London College.
“He loved London College more. His office was his most magnificent office of all campuses and he would invite the brown bummy girls and give them wines and whiskeys. They wouldn’t survive him,” another source added.
It has also been claimed that Mukiibi used to hand pick all headgirls at all campuses.
He only appointed brown bummy girls to be headgirls.
Meanwhile Msgr John-Wynand Katende, who led Mukiibi’s last funeral service has said that during his last days, the late educationist sought a priest, repented his sins and was given the sacrament of anointing of the sick, according to reports in The Observer.
Msgr Katende has also asked the world to forgive Mukiibi and pray for his soul.
“What we are doing now is a post-mortem, but what Prof Mukiibi actually needs most are our prayers,” Msgr Katende said.
Ahead of his burial on Friday, Mukiibi’s family paraded at least two dozen children, some barely one year old, who he fathered. Mukiibi, the former director of St Lawrence schools, had no official wife and the church is known for abstaining from conducting funeral services for people known to have had children out of wedlock.
But Msgr Katende says if someone repents their sins, “we should leave judgment only to God.”
He cited Psalm 51, which partly reads: “Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion, blot out my transgressions. Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin…you are right in your verdict and justified when you judge.”
Katende says everyone’s role is to pray for Mukiibi to reach heaven.