Residents of Ngora district have asked President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to fasten the process of signing Anti-homosexuality bill.
While speaking to our reporter in Kobwin Sub County residents headed by James Oluka the Speaker Kobwin Sub County want the head of state to sign the bill so that homosexuals are heavily punished.
The residents, most of whom were women, said that, “if homosexuality is allowed in the country, it will go against God’s wish of procreation.
They noted that the whites shouldn’t be allowed to impose their tradition to our existing tradition.
The Parliament of Uganda recently passed the Anti-homosexuality bill 2023 and is now awaiting the President’s assent.
The Bill if assented to by the President also among others proposes a death penalty for any one engaging in aggravated homosexuality.
The Bill had also come at the height of an increase in homosexuality-related activities, with a number of people reportedly being abused while others have received cash handouts to get recruited or promote homosexuality.
Stella Apolot Isodo the Ngora District Woman MP on her side asked the locals to always keep visiting schools they have taken their children to study noting that the homosexuals are majorly targeting schools.
Meanwhile at least a total of 28 savings groups in Opot town council and Kobwin Sub County in Ngora district yesterday received each Uganda shillings one million to boost their savings from the woman MP Stella Apolot Isodo.
The distribution is part of her initiative to uplift the local people from poverty through her Apolot Stella Isodo Foundation (ASIF).