Punishment for homo talk show


Kampala A radio station in Uganda has been ordered to pay a fine of $ 1,000 after speaking to gays and lesbians on a talk show, the BBC reports. Radio Simba also has to apologize to the audience because the program was “contrary to public morality” and violated laws, said Godfrey Mutabazi, chairman of the Ugandan Broadcasting Council. Information Minister Nsaba Buturo told the BBC that the editorial staff committed a crime when they described homosexuality as “an acceptable way of life”. Homosexuality is illegal in Uganda, but Butoro promised that they would not persecute the homosexuals featured in the program, but they would not be given the opportunity to “recruit others.” (Nb)


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