Well, just have to remember that this is the Langa campaign.
First published: 20090410 5:28:45 AM EST
George Oundo, a former homosexual and now a born-again Christian has blamed the spread of homosexuality on international human rights organizations.
Addressing parents at Hotel Triangle Kampala, George Oundo said he had been recruited by the Gay and Lesbian Coalition and given training on promoting homosexuality.
Another man, Paul Kagaba, said he had previously been gay for eight years. Kagaba reiterated claims of being asked to publicise homosexuality.
Nsaba Buturo, minister of state for ethics and integrity, said some nations at the United Nations are advocating "sexual rights" which
He said he had communicated the position to
"They have no right to call us names, to call us extremists, we shall talk to countries that we share the same belief on not legalizing homosexuality," he stated.
Buturo said the government has also started a crackdown on certain humanitarian relief organizations that recruit youths into the vice under the guise of giving them education.
The government is making preparations to enact a comprehensive law that will make it a criminal offense to promote homosexuality, said the official.
Buturo appealed to parents to remain vigilant because a number of schools in the country have been penetrated by the vice.
Gay and anti-gay activists have hit headlines in local media this week with each calling for their rights.
Pretty clear, isnt it?
What about this one...
Ugandan gays and lesbians demand equal rights, criticize religious leaders
About 20 activists staged a rare public protest yesterday to call for equal rights and the decriminalization of homosexuality in the socially conservative east African country. The demonstration followed several days of anti-gay protests last week in
One woman said she was publicly stripped naked and taunted by a pastor and his congregation as they attempted to exorcise her.
Homosexuality is illegal in
Ugandan officials staunchly rejected the activists' call. The minister of state ethics (Nsaba Buturo) says, "