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MPs Want Controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill re-tabled kadaga 5

The Housing State Minister, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, says contrary to claims that homosexuality is inborn; it is a behavior that is learnt and should be rejected.
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Museveni Attacks West for Imposing Homosexuality on Africa 6 1

Museveni was on Thursday addressing the Global Peace Leadership Conference at Commonwealth Resort, Munyonyo. He said that the mishandling of identity is a big mistake saying that every bodys identity should be respected.
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MP Cecilia Ogwal Asks Youth to Reject Foreign Cultures homosexuality 1

Ogwal sounded the caution, at the opening of the Fourth Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Africa Region Youth Parliament, no underway in Kampala. She warned that accepting foreign cultures, citing homosexuality, among others, would be selling the future of Africa.
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Born Agains March Against Homosexuality in Kampala charges 3 1

Born again Christians have held a peaceful procession in Kampala streets praying against homosexuality and lesbianism as well as other vices like human sacrifices.
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Christians Reminded to Uphold Family Values homosexuality

In a sermon delivered by Reverend Daniel Byamureba at St. Luke, Kazo Church of Uganda, Namirembe Diocese, Christians have also been urged to uphold their responsibilities amidst several temptations. Rev. Byamurebas sermon was drawn from the Dioceses theme for this year, Come Now, And Let Us Reason Together.
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Comprehensive Sex Education Not About Homosexuality - UNFPA sexaulity education 4 1 Top story

Dr. Akinyele Eric Dairo, the head of the UNFPA office in Uganda says the current debate on whether or not to teach sex education in school is healthy but adds that some of it has been blown out of proportion.
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Chris Mubiru Handed 10 Years In Jail anti gay bill 1 Top story

Court orders Chris Mubiru to pay his victim Shillings 50 million in compensation, and serve a 10-year jail term.
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US Cancels Aid To Uganda Over Anti-gay Law david bahati 1 Top story

The United States government has cut aid to Uganda as response to the passing of the Anti-Homosexuality law early this year. In the new measures, up to $2.4 million meant for funding a community policing programme would be halted in light of a police raid on a U.S.-funded health program at Makerere University and reports of people detained and abused while in police custody. The US will also reallocate $3 million in funding for a planned national public health institute to another African country, which it did not name.
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Increased Immorality Linked to Extinct Mother Languages government policy 6

The members argue that disregarding mother languages has paved way for depreciating cultural values and weird habits citing indecent dressing and homosexuality among others.
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Archbishop Ntagali Comments on Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill gay ugandans 1 Top story

The Church of Uganda is encouraged by the work of Uganda’s Parliament in amending the Anti-Homosexuality Bill to remove the death penalty, to reduce sentencing guidelines through a principle of proportionality, and to remove the clause on reporting homosexual behaviour, as we had recommended in our 2010 position statement on the Bill.
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Archbishop Ntagali Vows To Continue Preaching Against Homosexuality church of uganda 2 1

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of the Church of Uganda has said no amount of threats will stop religious leaders from preaching against homosexuality in the country and the world at large.
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Museveni to Review Anti-Homosexuality Bill ugandan homosexuals 1

Museveni has said he “will first go through the bill and if it is right, he will sign it into law but if he finds it not right, he will send it back to parliament”.
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Archbishop Ntagali Welcomes Passing Of Anti-Homosexuality Bill parlaiment 2 1

The Archbishop of Church of Uganda, Stanly Ntagali has welcomed the passing of the Anti –Homosexuality Bill, 2009 saying it was long overdue.
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Full Story: Anti Homosexuality Bill Passed anti-gay bill 3 1 Top story

Parliament has today passed the Anti -Homosexuality Bill almost three years after it was first tabled on the floor of the house. The bill, which proposes life imprisonment for offenders, comes just a day after the House passed the Anti-Pornography Bill.
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Archbishop Ntagali Talks Tough On Homosexuality church of uganda 1

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of the Church of Uganda has attacked gay clergy-men saying they do not belong to the Anglican faith. Speaking at a press conference at his residence on Namirembe Hill on Tuesday, Archbishop Ntagali said having gay bishops is an ‘unbiblical decision’ and a ‘spiritual cancer’ in the Anglican faith.
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Court Dismisses Case Against Gay Rights Play Producer homosexuality

Makindye Chief Magistrates Court has today thrown out a disobedience case against British film producer, David Cecil Edward Hugh for lack of witnesses.
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Anglican Church is Fractured, African Bishops Warn New Church Leader anglican communion

The new Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is taking over a Church in spiritual and institutional crisis, leaders representing 31 million African Anglicans have warned.
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Homosexuality: Lokodo Appears In Court gay activists

Ethics minister Simon Lokodo has appeared before High Court in Kampala for cross-examination on his alleged actions of closing a gay activists meeting in Entebbe early this year.
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British Film Producer Released on Bail homosexuality

British film producer David Cecil Edward Hugh has been released on bail after spending the weekend in Luzira prison. On Thursday last week, he was remanded to Luzira prison for secretively staging a play supporting gay rights in public domain despite a ban by Media Council from doing so as the play script was still under review.
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Minister Lokodo Defends Closure of Gay Meeting homosexuality

Ethics and Integrity Minister, Simon Lokodo, has defended his actions of closing a gay meeting early this year in Entebbe. The Minister in his defense states that this was done in public interest to protect moral standards since homosexuality in Uganda is prohibited.
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