By Tendo Rebecca
The president of the republic of Uganda has continued to re-echo his voice against the western homosexuality vice that spreading at the highest speed. President Museveni has said Uganda will not embrace homosexuality and the West should stop seeking to impose its views to compel dissenting countries to “normalize” what he called “deviations”.
While officiating at the national celebrations to mark Janani Luwum Day at Wii-Gweng village in Mucwini Sub-County, Kitgum District, Mr Museveni said “we are not going to follow people who are lost. These Europeans are not normal, they don’t listen”.
“We have been telling them ‘please, this problem of homosexuality is not something that you should normalize and celebrate,” he said, adding, “They (Western countries) don’t listen, they don’t respect other people’s views and they want to turn the abnormal into normal and force it on others. We shall not agree.”