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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Pepe Julian Onziema
The medical workers who knew he was gay ignored him, attending to those who arrived after him as they openly gossiped about his homosexuality.
At least three Ugandans have committed suicide and five others attempted in the last two weeks over the anti-gay law, gay rights activists have revealed.
Uganda's president signed an anti-gay bill Monday that provides for prison sentences ranging up to life behind bars, saying it is needed because the West is promoting homosexuality in Africa. Arrests of gays were expected as a result, one politician said.
A play that revolves around the turbulent life of a gay man in Uganda is being staged in the East African nation, where three years ago a parliamentarian wrote a bill seeking the death penalty for homosexuals.
Pepe Julian Onziema, a prominent gay activist in Uganda, said Wednesday he recently was forced to confront some nurses at a private clinic after they neglected to serve him in apparent hostility toward his sexual orientation.