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Andrew Mwenda To Challenge The Anti-homesexuality Bill If President Museveni Signs It

Legendary media personality and Muhoozi project spokesperson, Andrew Mwenda, has apparently come out to reveal that he will challenge the Anti-homosexuality bill once the president of Uganda H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni signs it.

In many cultures across the world, homosexuality is a sin and is considered a curse. Different countries have refused to embrace it saying it goes against their traditional values.

Uganda not being different from other those countries, has refused to embrace homosexuality giving the same reasons.

For Uganda, the rate at which homosexuality is increasing is alarming. It is more in the young, especially those school-going students. This is because they are usually lured and recruited into the act with the promise of money.

Members of Parliament took to the floor of the house to pass the anti-homosexuality bill. Most of them supported it and it was passed but President Museveni hasn’t signed it into law yet.

According to Andrew Mwenda, if president Museveni dares signs the bill, he will go to court to challenge it. He said every Ugandan needs to be protected with all the rights.

He doesn’t understand how polygamous marriages have rights but gays can’t have the same.

According to Mwenda, polygamy is not allowed religiously. However, African men as it is in the culture are okay to marry as many wives as they want.

That’s why even those who decide to be gay should be protected because they are Africans.

“If Museveni signs this Anti- Homosexuality law, I promise you, I Andrew Mwenda I will go to the constitutional court to challenge it,” – he said.

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