As we continue complacent, I wonder if we ever remember that the fight against the devilish Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda proposed by David Bahati MP is not yet won. In fact, 'winning' is a far cry to where we are at the moment.
My biggest worry therefore is what would happen next.
At the last time the monster reared its head and roared, it nearly bit off our heads. We all fought hard, through petitions, lobbying, letters, protests, campaigns, and even the guys on the ground in Uganda attended parliament. Yet, with all that, what we were able to obtain was to calm the monster. We, unfortunately did not kill it. That leaves that Bill potent.
That makes me wonder; isn’t the monster still alive and hale and hearty? It is indeed. And in its time of incubation, would it come back much stronger or weaker? If all the ammunition we unleashed the last time did little to send it to its grave, what more do we have up our sleeves?
It is time to think and re-arm. We should not sit complacent and