Tuesday, January 12 2010
The government of Uganda has not taken any position on the bill that is before parliament and it will hold discussions with MP David Bahati to reach an agreed position. This revelation was made today in Entebbe during the NRM's National Executive Conference at State House.
The president told the delegates that much as Uganda has the right to protect its cultures and values, there is need to exercise extreme caution while dealing with the anti-gay bill that is before parliament. The bill that was presented by Ndorwa West MP proposes alife sentence or death penalty for gays.
However, many are of the view that the death penalty should be removed. Church leaders among those who support the scrapping of death penalty. Several world leaders have been calling the President to find out the progress oof the bill that is before parliament.
Anita Fabiola appointed Uganda's Tourism Ambassador
Politicians should go back to school and learn entertainment-Bebe Cool
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Uganda to start issuing the EAC electronic passport in January 2019
Wednesday, 07 November 2018
Tulambule Ne Zari 4-day-tour of Western Uganda with the Minister of Tourism
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Sheebah Karungi is the proud owner of this orange SUV
Thursday, 20 September 2018
After a few weeks in the USA, Bobi Wine has returned to th country to serve his constituents
Monday, 17 September 2018
Chameleone is teaching Daniella a few games
Why Kasirye Gwanga shot at Catherine Kusasira's car