By Ivan Mwine
All parents with children at St. Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) have all reason to fear for their safety or at least the safety of their bums.
This is because the headmaster of the school Bro. David Aganyira has been exposed as a raging sodomite, who was some time back nabbed red-handed drilling the bum of a school he headed.
Aganyira made headlines a few days ago after he appeared in the news for assuring National Unity Platform (NUP) leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine that his son Solomon Kampala cannot be a prefect at SMACK because he is a slow learner.
Well, it has since emerged that Aganyira, who has been SMACK headmaster since 2014, has a very dark history.
According to acidic blogger Fred Lumbuye, a story is told of Aganyira was in 2009 caught pants down Sodomising a fellow teacher at St. Edwards Bukuumi, in Kibaale district, where he was headmaster at the time.
Moles privy to the matter reveal that Aganyira, a senior member of the Brothers of Christian Instruction (BCI) had kept his sodomy secrets for years until on Wednesday 1st April 2009, when God decided to expose him.
On the fateful day, the house of the deputy Headteacher of St. Edwards Bukuumi, Constance Nanyondo, was burnt to ashes and the arson was disguised as a riot, whereby it was claimed that the rioting students are the ones who had set it ablaze.
Investigations into who could have burnt Nanyondo’s house and what their motive was kicked off but somehow hit a dead end and the file was closed.
However, it should be noted that a week earlier, Aganyira had been nabbed sodomising teacher, an act that was so shameful.
On being nabbed, pictures were taken of them naked, seated on the bed they were sodomising each other and videos recorded.
However, since Aganyira was the headmaster, the pictures were presented to the deputy headteacher Nanyondo, for a way forward.
In great shock, Nanyondo immediately called for a school board meeting where all this evidence was presented and the board resolved to immediately suspend Aganyira from the position of headmaster as the investigations commenced.
Nanyondo was then tasked by the school board of governors to report the matter to the Archdiocese in Kampala.
But while she was away, suddenly her house got burnt down by the purported rioting students.
It however emerged later that Nanyondo’s house had been burnt by people who thought she had stowed the evidence of Aganyira’s sodomy acts therein and hence sought to destroy the same.
The investigations, according to Moles, ended up pointing in Aganyira’s direction after detectives failed to pin the students who allegedly burnt the house but because of his connections to then Inspector General of Police (IGP) Gen. Kale Kayihura, the police poured water on the file and soon it went cold.
Actually, Kaihura reported told his boys to ignore the case file, concentrate on other urgent matters and ordered Aganyira to be reinstated as headmaster, even when he had been suspended by the school board of governors.
Left homeless, poor and at opposite ends with her boss Aganyira, Nanyondo decided to seek redress in the media by taking the evidence to Bukedde in order to expose his perverted sexuality.
It is said that she handed the videos and pictures to then Vision group CEO Robert Kabushenga to broadcast them on Bukedde TV, publish them in Bukedde newspaper and the New vision.
However, through his connections and state machinery, Aganyira managed to silence the Vision Group and the story never saw the daylight.
In a bid to cover up the scandal, New Vision instead twisted the facts and circumstances under which Nanyondo’s house had been burnt, by also picking up the fake story of rioting student. You can read the New vision of Wednesday 3rd April 2009.
Aganyira was after some years later transferred from St. Edwards Bukuumi to SMACK as headmaster, despite the fact that the Catholic Church is aware of his raging appetite for sodomy.
Before joining St. Edwards’ SS, Bro. Aganyira had served at St. Henry College Kitovu, Bishop Comboni College, and St. Charles Lwanga Kasasa.