President Museveni has come out to warn Ugandans to prepare for war after he signed the popular anti-gay bill into law earlier this week. The President said that the NRM never speaks two different languages. What they say in the day is what they say at night according to the President.
Further, he said that the signing of this bill is finished and nothing will move the country from its position. He then added that all citizens should be ready for a war. However, he added a warning that war is not for the weak.
“The NRM has never had two languages, what we tell you in the day is what we shall say to you at night.
The signing of the Anti- Homosexuality Bill is finished. NOBODY will move us, We should be ready for a war. Remember war is not for the soft,” the President said.
As expected, the new law has already garnered a lot of criticism from the west. US president Joe Biden threatened to sanction the country by cutting off aid if this law is not revoked.
There is also a group of Ugandans led by veteran journalist, Andrew Mwenda and MP Fox Odoi challenging this new law. They want it to be nullified on grounds that it’s unconstitutional.
Ugandans however have drummed up support in large numbers for this new law. They are also getting thumbs up from world over.
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