Activists lobby donors on gays law as Uganda feels the pinch

Head of Pentecostal Church Pastor Joshua Lwere, Mufti of Uganda Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje, Anglican Archbishop Stanley Ntagali and Catholic Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga hand President Museveni a plaque after signing the anti-gays Bill into law recently. PHOTO BY STEPHEN WANDERA

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Rights bodies write to Uganda’s aid partners, spelling out guidelines on how to privately offer support to gay communities in the wake of the anti-homosexuality law.

Kampala- When President Museveni assented to the Anti-homosexuality law in February this year, little did his government anticipate the backlash the law would have on the country.

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