BUSTED: Dr. Aggrey Kiyingi LGBTQ+, ADF, & Murder Activities Leak


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Dr. Kiyingi through his social media accounts under alias Nathan Span has been active on all his platforms promoting and advocating for the rights of Homosexuals in Uganda and has been ranting about his disappointment in the Ugandan legislators for passing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

On his twitter handle he said “Homosexuality is an individual preference sexual act between two adults and Ugandans shouldn’t have any problem with this.”

Dr. Kiyingi aka Nathan Span is a Ugandan Cardiologist currently practicing in Merrylands Australia who is alleged to have murdered his wife Robinah. 

Dr. Kiyingi who is a board Member of Pride foundation Australia, an NGO which helps LGBTQI people running from alleged persecution in Africa to get asylum in Australia, is also on a wanted list for financing ADF rebels who killed at least seven people including Muslim clerics and police officers in Uganda.

According to a source, Pride foundation Australia funds small NGOs in Africa to recruit young people into homosexuality among which is Lets Walk Uganda (LWU) a local NGO recruiting young people into homosexuality in Uganda.

Dr. Kiyingi uses his powers as a board member at Pride foundation Australia to lobby for funds to support lets Walk Uganda and other Ngo’s to run gay activities in Uganda,” said the source

He further revealed that Dr Kiyingi personally finances young people claiming to be persecuted for being homosexuals in Uganda to seek asylum in Australia.

Recently the Ugandan Parliament passed a bill against homosexuality in Uganda and is yet to be signed into law by the President. Once the president assents to it, people like Kiyingi stand to be prosecuted for their acts in promoting and funding homosexuality in Uganda. 

Dr. Kiyingi’s crimes involving his wife’s murder and links with the ADF will be delved into further by this website. 

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