The world championed by the international communities is not fighting to make the world a better place but to legalize homosexuality, an unnatural and immoral act.

Despite all the pressure from the UN, EU and other international communities on Uganda, the Uganda government approved the Anti-homosexuality Bill, thus they are commended.

On Tuesday, March 21, 2023 in the East African country, the new legislation passed an Anti-homosexuality Bill that expands on the criminalization of same-sex acts and the bill imposes death penalty to those found guilty of aggravated homosexuality.

Notably, on August 3, 2022, Uganda’s National Bureau for Nongovernmental Organizations banned Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), a prominent LGBT rights organization.

On January 25, the parliamentary deputy speaker, Thomas Tayebwa, urged the Internal Affairs Ministry to investigate the activities of the Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum (HRAPF), an LGBT and sex-worker rights group.

The Ugandan government is therefore commended for their stand against gay marriage not minding criticisms from the international communities such as the EU, UN and some activist.

They should also bear in mind that people of good will from different parts of the world support them so they should stand firm in their fight against acts that promulgate sexual promiscuity in the country.

The EU and UN are thus advised to mind their business (as they enjoin others to do) and should let those who reject gay practice enjoy their natural activities.


Like the opposition lawmaker, Asuman Basalirwa of the Justice Forum said, the Anti-homosexuality Bill aims to protect our church culture — the legal, religious and traditional family values of Ugandans – from the acts that are likely to promote sexual promiscuity in the country.

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