Another US homophobe appears in Uganda to support anti-LGBTQ agenda


American homophobe and extremist Ayo Kimathi is in Uganda to promote hate against the LGBTQI+ community in support of the Anti- Homosexuality Act (AHA) 2023. Kimathi touched down at Entebbe International Airport on March 14 and went to Fair Way Hotel where he was appearing on The Pan-African Pyramid, a discussion forum and television show about African nationalism, the next day. Prior to his arrival, Kimathi shared a video on social media in which he declared Uganda as a battlefield against homosexuality. “What up, Kampala? You know it. It’s Ayo Kimathi, your brother the Irritated Genie of Soufeese. I will be live in the house real soon. I am gonna be a guest speaker at the Pan-African Pyramid meeting, the people’s African parliament at Fairway Hotel in Kampala with my young brother speaker Andrew Irumba. The topic, 21st century, African renaissance and awakening Vs the LGBTQ assault in Africa. So get real hot,” he says in the video. “The decolonization of Africa and its people will require you and me to first identify our common enemy and deal with him squarely without fear or favour. Africa, don’t agonize, organize. I will see you on a battlefield.”

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