Uganda which is 85% Christian and the heart of the East African Revival, a country once referred to as the Pearl of Africa, has been ranked among the most corrupt countries in the world, with a high domestic violence rate, well-known for high figures of HIV/AIDS, one of the poorest countries in the world, very high infant mortality rate, high levels of sexual immorality, witchcraft and many others. Uganda has also been characterised by civil war, sectarianism, tribalism, nepotism, bribery, religious conflicts, election malpractices and lack of rule of law. All these indicate the presence of the "Acquired Integrity Deficiency Syndrome" (AIDS) in Uganda. People wonder why Christianity has not transformed society. This book provides, the causes, the areas of prevalence and impact of integrity crisis in Uganda. The greatest crisis in Uganda today is a crisis of leadership and the problem is with the church and in particular the church leaders in the area of integrity. Medad indicates that integrity is an issue of the heart and it is faith in God that can transform the heart and make leaders transformational leaders.He indicates that charisma and character must go together.