By Kakooza Emma.
Wakiso, Uganda: Residents of Bubuli zone one, in Entebbe municipality have been left in shock after married woman was nabbed by husband red-handed in bed with a fellow woman after tip off from a guest house attendant.
According to the husband, Who identified himself as Asaba Allan also a resident of Entebbe municipality, say he has been making a follow up and spying on his wife’s move after landing on secrets that her wife was cheating on him.
He says little did he Know the wife was cheating on him with fellow woman, which is an abomination in African culture.
“I have been suspicious and I decided to spy network around my wife to establish facts, she has always acted funny at times whenever this best female friend of hers would visit her at my home, though I never suspected my wife to be lesbian”- Allan narrated.
Allan further told us that her and her wife have been traditionally married in 2021 and have a child together.
“Even if it was traditionally done, I and my family had a pre-visit commonly known as kukyala to her parents and gave in items which were required from us”-Allan.
The wife identified as Muyama Fiona Eseri, 25 years managed to flee the scene as residents turned violent threating to beat them to death for involving themselves in Homosexuality in brood daylight.
ln 2020, the Speaker of parliament by then, Rt Hon. Rebeca Alitwala Kadaga promises to revive shelved gay Bill after her defence against a Canadian minister’s attacks on Uganda over homosexuality, Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga promised to expedite the debate on the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
Ms Kadaga made the assurance while addressing religious leaders and journalists at Entebbe International Airport on Monday. “They said I should stop the debate on the Anti-Homosexuality Bill but I assured them there is no way I can block a private members Bill,” she said.
Also the current speaker Hon. Annet Anitah Among has kicked off all processes of amending the Anti-Homosexual bill saying that Homosexuality should not be allowed into the country.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Uganda face legal challenges, active discrimination and stigmatization not experienced by non-LGBT residents.
Both male and female homosexual activity are illegal in Uganda Under the Penal Code, “carnal knowledge against the order of nature” between same sex carries a potential penalty of life imprisonment.