REVEALED: NUP’s Kyamanywa Coordinates LGBTQ+ Groups in Kasese District


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Following allegations concerning the immoral behavior of same sex in some schools and some parts of the country, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mr. Thomas Tayebwa decided to take a deep dive into investigating some schools and NGOs operating in the country.

The Deputy Speaker’s findings shocked the nation as he revealed that former candidate for constituency representative MP Mubende Municipality Mr. Bob Kyamanywa of   National Unity Platform (NUP) is sponsoring and coordinating a gay group identified as Human Rights Awareness Promotion Forum to promote homosexuality in Kasese district.

“I received shocking news of Kasese municipal council’s attempt to pass a by-law that recognizes homosexuals and transgender people as minorities. This immoral motion was sponsored by a group identified as human rights awareness promotion forum coordinated by a one Bob Kyamanywa,” Hon. Tayebwa said.

The Deputy Speaker made this revelation during the plenary sitting on Wednesday 25th January 2023.

Before Tayebwa’s revelation, concerned citizens have been talking in undertones against the operation of an NGO identified as Caring hearts Uganda in schools founded by Barbie Itungo who also serves as the patron.

The organization which aims at teaching young girls about sex related issues works with and is sponsored by a gay group identified as human rights awareness promotion forum which is operating in Kasese according to source in caring hearts Uganda.

On 19th December 2020 in an interview on BBC’s flagship program ‘Hard talk’, Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine the National Unity Platform (NUP) President said that  he supports homosexuals because they have a right to enjoy all freedoms.

When he was pressed by the then show host Zeinab Badawi that he in 2014 condemned homosexuals, Bobi Wine only apologized for his comments and beliefs of yesterday.

However, the deputy speaker tasked the ministers of internal affairs and local government to take action on NGOs suspected to be involved in the luring of Ugandans into the anti-nature acts.

“I want the ministers for internal affairs and local government to take up the matter of these NGOs seriously following the due process as provided for with the NGO board and produce a formal statement on it,” he said.

He also urged Ugandans to tighten their belts because the fight against the vice is immense, stating that they will target all whistleblowers and tarnish their names and threaten them but they must stand firm to win the battle.

“Fellow Ugandans ,I want to alert you that attempts are being made from all corners to lure our children and innocent people into these immoral acts and it is not going to be a simple fight, they are going to target us, try to tarnish our names and threaten us but we must stand firm,” he said.


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