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Museveni signs Anti homosexuality bill

President Museveni finally signed the Anti gay bill into law at around 1:52 pm on February 24, 2014 at State House Entebbe in the full glare of the media. It was a highly billed function that also had ambassadors in attendance.

The law effectively criminalises homosexual behaviour and recruitment of people into the vice with offenders getting a penalty of up to lifetime imprisonment once convicted.

Museveni remarked, “Even up to now, I can’t fully understand how someone can get attracted to a fellow man instead of these beautiful women” The bill had attracted a lot of  condemnation to Uganda from the international community with US President Barack Obama saying the new law would strain the “valued relationship” between the two countries.

“It is our view that we punish exhibitionism, recruiters and homosexual prosttutes,” Museveni concluded. News of the signing of the Anti homosexuality bill was greeted with cheers and excitement by Ugandans on social media saying the President had done the right thing.

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8 Responses to Museveni signs Anti homosexuality bill

  1. emma says:

    the most bold decision ever

  2. GODFREY says:

    we grately thank you dear HE the president of the republic of uganda Y K MUSEVENI. we are very much proud of you.. you are indeed aleader that uganda can ever have. we keep supporting for pakalast for much more fabulous laws this this,, thank president.

  3. GODFREY says:

    we grately thank you dear HE the president of the republic of uganda Y K MUSEVENI. we are very much proud of you.. you are indeed aleader that uganda can ever have. we keep supporting you pakalast for much more fabulous laws like this,, thank president

  4. Jk1 says:

    Evidence if an ignorant an uneducated culture of children. We know in the west that the most homophobic people are always closeted homosexuals. Perhaps your leader is just a scarred and confused homosexual and you will discover this later.

  5. Heroic Hal says:

    The ridiculousness of the belief that homosexuality is a choice is obvious the moment you consider the millions of people who ARE homosexual and who, when they realized it as they grew up, were terrified to come to that realization, tried to make it go away, tried to be interested in the opposite sex, pretended they were heterosexual, prayed, got married in hopes that it would disappear, and, in some cases, committed suicide or tried to. Really, that sounds like a choice.

    President Museveni says, “No study has shown you can be homosexual by nature. That’s why I have agreed to sign the bill. That man can choose to love a man… is a matter of choice.” Is this good reasoning? Consider this: “No study has shown you can be a fundamentalist Christian by nature. Being a fundamentalist Christian is a matter of choice. So we should outlaw fundamental Christianity.” How does that sound? After all, the first two sentences ARE true. But I bet no one reading this agrees with the conclusion expressed in the third sentence. So, really, whether homosexuality is a choice isn’t relevant.

    Then there’s the part about how “Outsiders cannot dictate to us.” Well, strangely enough, the fundamentalist Christianity that’s feeding this rage was introduced–even imposed–by outsiders, and the fundamentalist Christian Americans who’ve been visiting Uganda in recent years and encouraging all this viciousness are also outsiders. For people who insist that you won’t take dictation from outsiders, you’re letting an awful lot of outsiders do your thinking for you.

  6. Heroic Hal says:

    The ridiculousness of the belief that homosexuality is a choice is obvious the moment you consider the millions of people who ARE homosexual and who, when they realized it as they grew up, were terrified to come to that realization, tried to make it go away, tried to be interested in the opposite sex, pretended they were heterosexual, prayed, got married in hopes that it would disappear, and, in some cases, committed suicide or tried to. Really, that sounds like a choice.

    President Museveni says, “No study has shown you can be homosexual by nature. That’s why I have agreed to sign the bill. That man can choose to love a man… is a matter of choice.” Is this good reasoning? Consider this: “No study has shown you can be a fundamentalist Christian by nature. Being a fundamentalist Christian is a matter of choice. So we should outlaw fundamental Christianity.” How does that sound? After all, the first two sentences ARE true. But I bet no one reading this agrees with the conclusion expressed in the third sentence. So, really, whether homosexuality is a choice isn’t relevant.

    Then there’s the part about how “Outsiders cannot dictate to us.” Well, strangely enough, the fundamentalist Christianity that’s feeding this rage was introduced–even imposed–by outsiders, and the fundamentalist Christian Americans who’ve been visiting Uganda in recent years and encouraging all this viciousness are also outsiders. For people who insist that you won’t take dictation from outsiders, you’re letting an awful lot of outsiders do your thinknig for you.

  7. DAVID KIZITO says:

    Wabula mukulu okikoze you have added more votes in 2016,
    Thank you so much era obululu tujjakwongera

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