Hundreds of virgins gathered in the Ugandan capital on Friday to meet the country's first lady and renew their pledges to abstain from premarital sex.
And they aren't blind to what went on and what worked and what did not work where the number of young adults has diminished greatly impacting their country and economy.
"You can sense the cynicism and animosity," he told Reuters. "We are promoting abstinence because Uganda is under attack from an agenda driven by homosexuals and Western experts who are out of touch with how the AIDS epidemic is driven in Africa."
If this keeps up, they may actually save their own country. And it doesn't have to be a religious-driven issue when it can be a morally-driven issue.