When Ugandan Parliament passed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, Pro LGBTQ+ Companies threatened to leave the country.
It is against this background the Uganda’s First Son and Senior PresidentialAdvisor on Special Operations, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba boldly told pro-homosexual companies operating in Uganda to quit if they are not comfortable with the recently passed anti homosexuality bill.
Muhoozi this morning via his twitter inked that he had learnt of some foreign companies that want to leave the country because Parliament passed the Anti-homosexual bill.
He said if those companies feel like quitting, they should alert him and help in packing their bags.
”I hear some foreign companies (I don’t know which ones) want to leave the country because we passed the Anti-homosexual bill. We are willing to help them pack their bags and leave our blessed country forever! Uganda is God’s country! We will actually thrive without them,” said Gen Muhoozi.
Gen Muhoozi’s tweet comes after White House warning that if the law passes, the Biden administration would consider potential “repercussions … perhaps in an economic way.”
“That would be really unfortunate because so much of the economic assistance we provide Uganda is health assistance,” John Kirby, coordinator of strategic communications for the National Security Council said at a press briefing. “Hopefully it won’t pass and we won’t have to do anything.” .
Muhoozi in his today’s tweet preached that Uganda is a God’s country and Ugandans will thrive without those homosexuals.
In his previous tweets, he said that God created men for women and vice versa and that there is nothing more sweeter than a woman on earth. Muhoozi further stated that homosexuality is a sin.
“There is a scourge sweeping our countries…killing our children. As the great African general, I must speak out and advise them. Homosexuality is a sin! Almighty God only intended men for women and vice versa. There is nothing more sweeter than a woman on this earth,” Muhoozi said.
Meanwhile, the bill that has given US horror dreams requires the signature of President Yoweri Museveni to become law. Although he hasn’t commented on the specific legislation, Museveni has previously supported anti-LGBTQ measures.
He has on several occasions rebuked homosexuality and castigated Europeans for trying to instill their ‘immoral’ practices into Africans as a string tied to the aid they offer to them.