Thursday, April 7, 2011

Ssempa is still an Irritant.

Anti-gay activists call for passing of Bill against homosexuality
By Sheila Naturinda  (email the author)
Anti-homosexuality activists have presented a petition in Parliament, calling for the passing of the anti-gay Bill. The petition, signed by two million people countrywide, was presented to the Speaker of Parliament, Mr Edward Ssekandi, yesterday by anti-gay activists led by Pastor Martin Ssempa.
"We are not here to hang the gays as people have speculated but to protect young men and girls being recruited into the practice," Pastor Ssempa said. They also listed 19 organisations which they claimed are promoting homosexuality in the country.
Mr Ssekandi promised that the Bill would be debated.
"The mover of the Bill (David Bahati) is still a member of the 9th Parliament and even if the current Parliament doesn't debate it, the new Parliament will do it," Mr Ssekandi said.
He added: "Since the Bill was tabled, I have received numerous calls from the international community to throw it out but I always tell them that I don't have those powers."
Mr Ssekandi also told the team that their petition would be considered by the committee.
The Bill, tabled in Parliament by Mr Bahati as a private members Bill in 2009, seeks among others to imprison for life anyone convicted of "the offence of homosexuality," punish "aggravated homosexuality" and offences like having gay sex while HIV-positive by a death penalty upon conviction.
It also forbids any "promotion of homosexuality" and incarcerates gay-rights defenders.
Pastor Ssempa said there were allegations of huge sums of money being brought into the country to influence people against passing the Bill.
The Bill is still before the parliamentary Committee on Legal and Parliament Affairs although the committee chair said government Bills before his committee take precedence.
Alleged recruitment
The petition comes a day after Makerere University student leaders said in a meeting with the chairman of the committee handling the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, Mr Steven Tashobya that recruitment of gays was rampant at the university campus.
The students told Mr Tashobya that each of their colleagues who join homosexuals is paid a monthly salary of Shs800, 000.

OK. So, Ssempa is still alive, and continuing the anti-gay crusade. He has not slept......!

You know, if a new homosexual recruit is given 800,000UGX [Wow!!!!. that huge sum is only about 370 USD, but a considerable sum of money for Ugandans.... Hey, most of us live on less than a dollar a day.

I declare, I should be worth something like 4-5 million Uganda shillings a month.. Dont you think?

Does the homosexual international have all this money floating around? Could someone please, please, please, just help me with a share of that? I mean, I get tired of being promised all that money, and actually having to wake up everyday and go to work and to earn a non-living wage....!

Please, your know my inbox....

I need some of that money....!


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