Maybe that is why they did have the Nsaba-Buturo statement in full! I have put it here just for you to understand the 'tone' of the statement... Sometimes too much is lost in translation, and in the reporting!
Written by Joyce Mirembe
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
The Government says 2008 has seen an increase in immorality than the previous years.
The minister of ethics and integrity Dr James Nsaba Buturo says homosexuality is one of the vices, which has resurfaced more this year, castigating its activists who appear to promote the evil under the guise of upholding human rights.
Dr Buturo says the laws against the practice are weak, and that the Government is due to amend them to establish tougher penalties for the perpetrators.
The minister’s remarks come at a time when different countries around the world are increasingly lobbying the United Nations to decriminalise the practice.
Dr Buturo notes that
He castigates the entertainment industry for promoting the vice.
Witchcraft, pornography, corruption and poor time management, according to Dr Buturo hamper the country’s national development programmes, thus promoting poverty.