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President Museveni's speech at Anti-gay Bill signing
Publish Date: Feb 24, 2014
President Museveni's speech at Anti-gay Bill signing
President Yoweri Museveni signs the Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law at State House in Entebbe. AFP Photo
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By Vision Reporter

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has justified his signing of the Anti-homosexuality Bill into law.
 
The President said homosexuals must be punished harshly in order to defend the society from disorientation.

“Since nurture is the main cause of homosexuality, then society can do something about it to discourage the trends.  That is why I have agreed to sign the Bill,” Museveni said.

Below is the President’s address in full 

President Museveni's statement upon signing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill by The New Vision

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