Time for homosexuals in Uganda is almost up after Speaker of Rebecca Kadaga said the Anti-homosexuality bill can be moved any time.
In 2014, Parliament passed the anti-homosexuality bill and the president assented to it.
However, the Court on grounds of technicalities rescinded the law.
But Speaker Kadaga said the bill still has a chance to be legislated if the movers bring it back in parliament.
“In 2014, I promised Ugandans that I will give them a Christmas gift by passing the anti-homosexuality, which I did. Unfortunately, the bill annulled by the court after president Yoweri Museveni had assented to it. However, the bill can still be deliberate on in parliament if the movers bring it back to the floor of parliament,” said Kadaga.
Anti homosexuality bill had been passed by Hon. David Bahati.
While appearing on Capital Gang, a political talk show aired on Capital FM, Kadaga on Saturday revealed that she was given a copy of a book written by two Catholic priests on how to engage in homosexuality and its advantages.