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Ugandan organisation to challenge anti-gay law in court

By Michel Arseneault

The Ugandan president has signed a controversial anti-homosexuality bill into law. Under the act, gays could be jailed for life. Homophobia is widespread in Uganda where non-African evangelical churches are on the rise. RFI talked to Pepe Julian Onziema who is with SMUG, Sexual Minorities Uganda, in Kampala.
 

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