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Campaign for Anti-Superstition

Posted: Tue, September 27, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist Primary School



Bwambale Robert Musubaho

In our attempts to debunk the misconceptions about our activities, we have a theme Anti-Superstition Campaign that we want to foster to the general public via the air waves, through posters, debates and print media to the people of Kasese and Uganda in general.

We have kept a deaf ear to people making ignorant statements about our initiatives and linking us to satanic belief systems and we have been sitting back listening to the zealots making fun of us at the expense of ignorance, envy and fear of competition in our works as we try to promote evidence based learning, Science & Reason.

I encourage folks worldwide to support this Anti-Superstition Campaign that aims at exposing superstitious practices in our communities and how best we can combat them through enlightening the masses .

You can donate any amount to this cause via the http://africahumanists.org/new-p…/anti-superstition-campaign

Each donation however small counts! Thanks.

Help us in our journey as we reach out to the people of Kasese and Uganda as a whole to curb superstition which is eating away our people like the virus.

With Science, we can progress.



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