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TOP STORY: Winnie Byanyima Urges Museveni Not To Sign The ‘Bad’ Anti-Homosexuality Bill

The United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has described the newly passed Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2023 as harmful and will be a bad law if president Museveni assents to it after being passed by parliament early this week.

L-R: Anselm Besigye And His Mother Winnie Byanyima

Being the Director of UNAIDs, Dr Besigye’s Wife Winnie Byanyima has urged president Museveni not to sign the bill into law. According to Byanyima the new law undermines the efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDs.

“If enacted, this law will undermine Uganda’s efforts to end AIDS by 2030, by violating fundamental human rights including the right to health and the very right to life”-UNAIDS says in a statement.


Her statement is not different from what America’s Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a tween that caused Backlash with many question how Homosexuality and fight against HIV relate.

“Although the Anti-Homosexuality Bill has been passed by parliament, it is not yet enacted as a law and can, in the interest of promoting public health and equal rights of Ugandan citizens, be rejected by the President. It is not too late for this Bill to be rejected and lives to be saved”- says UNAIDS in a statement.

Winnie Byanyima despite being a married woman to Dr Kiiza Besigye has always agitated for the rights of the Homosexuals in Uganda and else where in the world against the Ugandan culture and religious norms which she hails from.

Dr Kiiza Besigye, his Son Anselm And Wife Winnie Byanyima

Their only son Besigye Anselm has always presented himself in womanish lifestyle putting on high heels and dresses and his mum Byanyima has always hit out at whoever comes up to condemn her son’s looks to mind their own business.

Several western powers are piling pressure on president Museveni not to sign the bill into law citing human rights issues which put the Homosexuals on risk of being prosecuted, killed at the hands of tough Ugandans who have vowed not to tolerate Homosexuality and preserve the institution of marriage and family.

The Bill was first passed in December 2013 and signed into law in early 2014 by President Museveni and in August the same year, court quashed it sighting that legislators who passed it didn’t meet the required quorum. Speaker Anita Among made sure the past mistakes are not repeated and over 350 legislators passed it in unison.

We wait to see if president Museveni will choose the morals of the country and assent to the bill into law or bow to foreign pressure and choose the funding from the western powers and refuse to assent to it.

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  1. Comment:we shall back the president to sign that bill into the law.we will not allow evil cultures in our country .we thought that mwenda is also confused like this? how can you support man to man marriage you are wiked man infact stay away from surving muhoozi as the spokes person MK

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