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Violence: Diplomat Injured after Angry ‘Protester’ Breaks Uganda House New York Door Glass Following Parliament’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Nod

The scene of the incident. Photos: Courtesy/Adonia Ayebare
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A suspected ‘protester’ has smashed the glass of a door at the Uganda House based in New York in the United States after Uganda’s Parliament passed the 2023 Anti-Homosexuality Bill. 

Adonia Ayebare, Uganda’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) said there were reports that the angry individual could have been protesting the passing of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

“To early to establish the motive, but the individual was reportedly angry about the Bill passed by UG Parliament on LGBT,” wrote Ambassador Ayebare.

He also revealed that a South Sudanese diplomat, who was one of the tenants in the building, sustained injuries.

Ayebare described the incident as ‘violent’ but was optimistic the individual would be apprehended since cameras at the premises were working and recorded what happened.

“Violent incident at Uganda House New York, an individual yet to be identified damaged a glass of a rear entrance door and injured a South Sudanese Diplomat (tenants). The police is on the scene, fortunately our CCTV cameras captured the incident,” added Ayebare.

Violence: Diplomat Injured after Angry 'Protester' Breaks Uganda House New York Door Glass Following Parliament's Anti-Homosexuality Bill Nod
The broken door.

You can read more about the punishments awaiting homosexuals if President Museveni signs the Anti-Homosexuality Bill into Law HERE.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden’s US government has sent a clear warning to Museveni as the nation waits to see if the elderly long-serving leader will assent to the Anti-Homosexuality Bill. (See Details Here).

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