Ugandan Zahara Namatovu Wanted By Police Over Instilling Homosexual Ideas In School Boys

Ugandan Zahara Namatovu Wanted By Police Over Instilling Homosexual Ideas In School Boys

Going by the information on the ground, the Police are currently on a hunt for one Zahara Namatovu who is expected to answer the criminal summons of court.

Meanwhile, this comes in when the President of the Republic of Uganda HE. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni assented to the Anti-Homosexuality Act, of 2023, the president signed the bill into law on 26 May 2023 despite widespread condemnation from many Western governments and human rights activists.

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Same-sex relations were already illegal in Uganda but this new law comes with harsher penalties. It calls for the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality,” which is defined as same-sex relations involving HIV-positive people, children, or other vulnerable people.

Anyone convicted of “attempted aggravated homosexuality” can be imprisoned for up to 14 years. Ugandans who engage in gay sex can receive life in prison, while anyone who attempts to have same-sex relations can face 10 years in prison.

And so Zahara Namatovu is on the run.

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