Human Right activist is wanted by Uganda Authorities over Homosexuality Acts

Uganda Police are hunting for one Nakimuli Halima a Human Rights Activist  who is being accused of promoting Homosexuality acts.

Nakimuli works as a  Transcriber at Court of Appeal/Constitutional Court,  its alleged that she has been working hand in hand with some of the LGBTQ Non-Governmental organizations which advocates for the rights of Homosexuals in Uganda.

She was also working hand in hand with Trans-Network international the Non Governmental organisation that promotes as well as fighting for Homosexual and Trans- Gender people’s rights  in Uganda.

In Uganda, the vice is illegal according to Uganda Anti-Homosexuality/Lesbianism Act 2023 of the Penal Code.

Nakimuli 33 was allegedly  found with a number of young Girls in one of the house she was renting in in Mengo a Kampala city suburb and it was discovered that she was luring them children into homosexuality/ Lesbian acts in disguise of fighting for their constitutional Rights.

According to the police spokesperson Kampala Metropolitan Luke Owoyesigyire said , her neighbors tipped police that there were lesbian activities taking place in one of the two roomed house in Mengo in Kampala.

She was summoned to appear before the OC/CID on 20th. August. 2022 at 10:00 AM, however, Nakimuli never reported to honour her summons conditions and she has been on a run since then.

On 14th December 2023, the Kampala High Court Registrar issued an arrest order against Nakimuli.

The Court directed Lungujja police to arrest and produce her before Judge H. Musoke on 19th December 2023  so that she could be charged with counts of homosexuality/ Lesbians’ acts.

“She is wanted in courts of law to answer charges pressed against her.” One of the police officers at Lungujja said.

Up to date, Ugandan authorities are still on hunt for Nakimuli in order to be brought to book.