The deputy speaker of Parliament Hon Thomas Tayebwa has come out to appreciate Ugandans who have been applauding him and the Ugandan team.
This was after the submission at the 61st session of the Organization of the African, Caribbean and Pacific States Parliamentary Assembly (OACPS PA) and 42nd Session of the ACP-European Union joint Parliamentary Assembly (ACP-EU JPA) in Maputo City, Mozambique.
Hon Tayebwa made resounding remarks about the LGBTQ’S and abortion issues in Uganda.
According to the Ruhinda County MP, not in anyway will such nonsense be tolerated in Uganda because of the values and traditions of the citizens.
“We are demanding that we broadly define the issue of human rights. We have discovered that with the Post Cotonou agreement, there are hidden clauses around human rights. Clauses to do with Sexuality, promotion of LGBT/homosexuality and clauses to do with abortion,” he said.
“Homosexual, abortion are Issues that can never be accepted, if people want to be homosexuals or what, we have no problem, let them have their life but promotion of that in our country can never be accepted!,” added Hon Tayebwa.
Now a number of Ugandans have been applauding the MP for the bold affirmative step taken.
According to the MP, this step is for all those who still believe in the family institution and existence of the human race.
Issues to do with homosexuality have always brought up mixed reactions among majority African countries.
And despite the west trying to propagate them onto the people, it’s one thing that leaders and the population have always stood together to vehemently protest against.