Uganda president Yoweri Museveni has affirmed that he is planning to sign into law the Anti-Gay Bill, which would impose lifetime jail sentences for certain instances of homosexuality and would sentence anyone who performs a same-sex marriage to seven years' imprisonment.
Last December, Uganda’s Parliament passed legislation to toughen the punishment for same-sex sexual activity, including life imprisonment for repeat offenders. However, President Museveni announced he would not be signing the bill, leading to a furious response from MPs who supported the law.
Sadly, it seems he has changed his mind.
Protest in London in front of Uganda's Embassy