I Have Never Kissed Janet – M7

President Yoweri Museveni.

President Museveni
President Yoweri Museveni

President Museveni on Sunday let the cut out of the bag when he revealed to the entire nation that he has never enjoyed the lips of his gorgeous wife in Public.

The president made these remarks at the inauguration ceremony of the new archbishop of church of Uganda Stanley Ntagali at Namirembe Cathedral in Kampala.

“I have been married to Janet for the last 39 years but I have never kissed her in public or even in the house before the children. If I do it to her in public I will lose elections which I am not prepared for” the President said.

Mr Museveni revealed this while addressing the issue of whether people should expose their sexual behaviour of keep it private.

In a related development, President Museveni has said gay people should not be killed or persecuted, as the country’s MPs continue to consider a controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

In his first public comments on the bill for some time, President Yoweri Museveni also said that homosexuality should not be promoted.

The original version of the bill stipulated the death penalty for some homosexual acts deemed as aggravated homosexuality but this has since been dropped.

Homosexual acts are already illegal in Uganda.

The government has always stressed that the bill was introduced by an individual MP and was not official policy.

In 2009, Ndorwa west Member of Parliament David Bahati tabled before Parliament the anti-homosexuality bill that seeks to further criminalize the act.

This move was met with harsh criticism from the international community especially western countries where the behaviour is legal with some nations threatening to cut aid to Uganda.

“If there are some homosexuals, we shall not kill or persecute them but there should be no promotion of homosexuality” The president said.

“We cannot accept promotion of homosexuality as if it is a good thing.”

Ministers have warned MPs that passing the bill would have implications for foreign relations.

It has been condemned by Western donors, who have suggested that aid could be cut if it is passed.

Speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga recently said the bill would be passed as a “Christmas gift” to its advocates.

However, parliament has adjourned until January without voting on it.

Even if MPs do approve the bill, Mr Museveni would have to sign it before it takes effect.

Some African opponents of homosexuality have said it was introduced to the continent by European colonisers.

However, Mr Museveni said he knew of traditional kings and chiefs who practised homosexuality, but that they did it in secret and did not promote it.

He said he had told the US ambassador to Kampala that all forms of sex were kept private in Africa, unlike in Western societies.

In its original form, those convicted of “aggravated homosexuality”, defined as when one of the participants is a minor, HIV-positive, disabled or a “serial offender”, faced the death penalty.

Such offences would now be punished with life imprisonment, it is understood.

The original bill also prohibited the “promotion” of gay rights and called for the punishment of anyone who “funds or sponsors homosexuality” or “abets homosexuality”.

Ugandans are deeply conservative, and homosexuality is against their religious and cultural beliefs.


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9 thoughts on “I Have Never Kissed Janet – M7

  1. Ugandans are not deeply conservative. They are hypocrites.

    We all know what Kabaka Mwanga did to those young boys and what goes on at St.Savio Junior School

  2. I do not condone homosexuality but what could be worse than swindling money for resettlement of p’ple in northern ugandans thus resulting into numerous deaths.my point being address burning issues first

  3. Homosexuality is not an invention of yesterday. The Bible mentions it even in the old testament aka sodomy.

    From the start, it has always been viewed negatively. So Christians must be clear on that. And no body should be allowed to promote it.
    Just why can’t we Africans refuse the bad elements of western culture? Mr. Museveni does not kiss his wife in public unlike Mr. Obama or Mr. Romney!!! You bet he kisses her in private(if he wishes or finds it romantic, and she agrees). And no body in Uganda is saying Sevo does not love his wife because they don’t show PDA(public display of affection)!!!!
    If we do not style up soon we will be consummed by the western evils sooner than we can realize.
    At the very least, I would say that two consenting homos could do their thing but it must never in be in public. But then that’s how it started in America(with Clinton’s subtle “don’t ask, don’t tell” until Obama blew off the lid looking for votes and openly embraced “gay marriage”!!! Unbelievable. It’s vile in God’s eyes and no wonder he punishes them with hurricanes like Sandy that came in even before the elections were concluded!!! I love BHO(Barack Hussein Obama, and not his dog “Bho”) but I will not accept some of his immoral projects. Neither should he or agents of his government seek to force us into accepting their corrupted western views.

    1. Thanks lot let me remind western ACTORS that what you eat is exactly what you will vomit; if for us in Uganda we do eat beans, then it means someone will have vomit exactly beans but NOT maize. If homosexuality is your culture in your country ;then why do you want to spread it to Ugandans/ African countries who are not interested in such acts. people should not like harlots.

  4. Presiding over a corrupt and rotten government for three decades is no better than gays though i totally do not support homosexuality.

    1. A disease to you ,it starts with an appetite. you people should learn how to promote something that you know that it can help you,your daughter and your madam, Have ever visited a very aggressive snake or a snake coming towards you and remain standing?…………

  5. If Kagutta has never kissed his wife in public, so what? Let those who wish to do it go on and enjoy their loved ones.

  6. some africans are still ideologically colonised. can u imagine some one promoting immorality to that extent. even if it means losing aid let be. Even life can be sacrificed where need be.

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