Countries that support homosexuality were not happy about it. The United states even cut off the aid that was being given to Uganda.
President Museveni then said he doesn’t care about what these developed countriesare doing to Uganda. If they are forcing Ugandans to do abnormal things, he will not be able to allow that.
Different politicians and members of parliament have been asked about what they think of the Anti-Homosexuality bill especially when they are out of the country.
According to Betty Nambooze, she has been asked about the anti home- sexuality bill several times. She said she always tells those people that even the married in Uganda don’t have rights.
The outspoken politician said she doesn’t expect homosexuals to have any rights, especially in a country like Uganda.
“The issue of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill has been asked to very many people. I was asked too, and I told them in Uganda, even married couples don’t have rights. Doesn’t Kibalama have a wife?” she said.
It should be noted that the opposition leaders don’t usually give comments about the Anti-Homosexuality bill. They always let those in power talk about it.
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