At first, it was a fiery contempt for homosexuality that led a Ugandan lawmaker to introduce a bill in 2009 that carried the death penalty for a ''serial offender'' of the ''offence of homosexuality''. The bill's failure amid a blitz of international criticism was viewed by many as evidence of power politics, a poor nation bending to the will of rich nations that feed it hundreds of millions of dollars in aid. >>>
Dignity Association says since the statement made by British Prime Minister and US Secretary of State on LGBT rights in Africa, Sierra Leoneans had been angered that their country is a donor dependent and being forced to accept LGBT people.
Dr Ngarikutuke Tjiriange reflects on the statements of British Prime Minister and United States Secretary of State when "the two said they would reconsider their ties with African countries that did not enshrine 'gay rights'." >>>
Since MP David Bahati, from the ruling party National Resistance Movement (NRM), introduced the Anti-gay Bill, the so-called “undesirables,” have been going on including; the brutal murder of gay rights activist David Kato. >>>