Ugandan Teacher arrested over lesbianism claims

Ugandan Teacher Arrested Over Claims She’s A Lesbian  

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 Teacher In Uganda Accused Of Recruiting Students Into Lesbianism

Police in Jinja, Uganda have arrested a sports teacher at PMM Girls High school over allegations that she is a lesbian. The arrest happened after parents and members of the alumni association protested against the teacher’s alleged homosexual practices.
teacher acused of recruiting students to lesbianism
teacher arrested for recruiting students to lesbianism
According to local media reports, the teacher was accused of recruiting students into lesbian activities further calling out the school administration for what they termed as reluctance to handle the issue. According to The Daily Monitor, the teacher’s purported lesbian lover filed a police report also accusing her of recruiting young school girls into homosexual practices.
The newspaper quoted Kiira regional police spokesperson, James Mubi,”
Her alleged Lesbian partner, a 30-year-old, surrendered to the police. We have the couple in our custody. The partner claims the teacher has been cheating on her and not providing her with basic needs… the suspect testified to police that she rented a house for her partner and set up her timber business and she disputed allegations of not providing basic needs to her alleged lesbian partner.”
homosexual practices are illegal in Uganda
homosexual practices are illegal in Uganda
Homosexuality is illegal in Uganda. Section 145 of the Penal Code Act cap 120 outlaws any ‘unnatural sexual acts’ and prescribes life imprisonment on conviction. The Anti-Homosexuality Act passed on December 20, 2013, which was described by the then Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga as the best Christmas gift to Ugandans, was annulled by the country’s Constitutional Court just months after President Yoweri Museveni signed it in February 2014.
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