Uganda Prepares for Historic March to Protect Family Values and Reject Western Influence
KAMPALA,(UG)-Family Life Network, a Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to the re-installation of the moral code and values in the family institution in Uganda has announced a one-million-man march around the country against homosexuality.
Addressing journalists in Kampala yesterday, Eng. Stephen Langa, the Executive Director for Family Life Network, said in the build up to the march set for February next year, they have started collecting one million signatures as another way of making a statement against homosexuality and its proponents.
According to Langa, the move is in support of defending the family and the next generation, free from harmful vices like homosexuality, and to this he said, all Ugandans will be urged to join the march to make a statement about their stand known against homosexuality. He noted that the march will have religious leaders, cultural leaders, politicians, academia, lawyers, civil society and participants from all sectors in the country in a bid to galvanize support for the cause.
Eng. Langa applauded President Yoweri Museveni and Speaker Anita Among for their firm stand against homosexuality, noting that it is high time the country refused being bulldozed by the western world into accepting sin.This after the Court of Appeal set December 11 to start hearing petitions challenging the legality of the Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023 adopted in May.