Uganda’s authorities introduced plans Thursday to reintroduce a bill which might impose death penalty on homosexuals in the East African nation.
“Homosexuality is not natural to Ugandans, but there has been a massive recruitment by gay people in schools, and especially among the youth, where they are promoting the falsehood that people are born like that,” Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo told Reuters. “Our current penal law is limited. It only criminalizes the act. We want it made clear that anyone who is even involved in promotion and recruitment has to be criminalized. Those that do grave acts will be given the death sentence.”
The bill, popularly often called the “Kill the Gays”, was nullified 5 years in the past on a technicality, however the authorities now has plans to resurrect it inside weeks. Continue reading through this link
Uganda announces ‘Kill the Gays’ bill that will impose death penalty on homosexuals