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President Museveni responds to the West’s criticism of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality law

On Tuesday, Uganda condemned the Western response to the East African country’s new anti-LGBTQ law, considered one of the harshest in the world, and said sanctions threats from donors amounted to “blackmail.”

The law signed by President Yoweri Museveni carries the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality,” an offense that includes transmitting HIV through gay sex.

Its enactment, announced on Monday, drew immediate rebukes from Western governments- but President Museveni has refused to be influenced by the West’s threat to withdraw the so financial aid, noting that he serves the people of Uganda not the West.

President Yoweri’s stance on homosexuality comes as an applaudable thing to many of African nations especially the Body of Christ, over the past few years the family unit has been attacked by the West- which seem to want to do away with every God but the resistance to this agenda has proven strong.

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