Ugandan Speaker to Hasten Passing of Anti-Gay Bill

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has promised the Ugandan people that the anti-gay bill will be passed before Christmas this year. She made the remarks during a meeting with several religious leaders at the parliamentary conference hall.

VIDEO: Ugandan Speaker on Anti-Gay Bill

The speaker of parliament - Rebecca Kadaga has called upon Members of Parliament to stand together and pass the Anti - Homosexuality Bill as a ... see more »

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