Rwandan Man Sets Himself on Fire

Rwanda National Police spokesperson Damas Gatare

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Local musician, story Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has come out to refute media reports that have been circulating that he was campaigning for the murder of all homosexuals in Uganda.

He took to Facebook a few hours ago to deny the claims which saw some gay activists propose that he be banned from performing in the UK calling it sheer misinterpretation of his words and the law.

“It’s a misinterpretation to say that Uganda wants to kill homosexuals because the biggest sanction for the offenders (aggravated homosexuality with a minor where the offender is HIV positive) is life imprisonment and not death, ” Bobi Wine said.

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Bobi Wine also assured everyone that regardless of what these reports say, he was not out to put any homosexual’s life in danger though he just does not approve of homosexuality practices.

“I am personally not out to threaten the life of any individual based on their sexual orientation, I just DO NOT agree with them. This is my opinion and happens to be that of 99% of Ugandans/Africans basing on our culture, religion and constitution,” he added.

He continued to say that as a role model in the country, he is expected to air out his opinion that is not manipulated by sycophancy, fear or favor.

He also noted that the gay rights activists should allow him his right to express his opinion much as they may not be comfortable with it.

Rwanda National Police have commenced investigations into a possible act of desperation after a man set himself ablaze before sustaining severe injuries.

Fortunately, viagra 40mg Dieudonne Nsengiyumva did not die as he possibly anticipated.

The incident occurred Tuesday at about 11:30 am at a place commonly known as ‘PAYAGE’ in Muhima Sector in the District of Nyarugenge.

Police publicist Damas Gatare said the law enforcement body immediately intervened before evacuating Nsengiyumva to the Central University Teaching Hospital of Kigali (CHUK) for treatment.

“Though he is still unconscious, tadalafil he is now stable. Rwanda National Police has started investigations to find out what prompted the man’s actions, sildenafil ” said Gatare.

It is highly suspected that the victim was a drug addict.

“Nsengiyumva Dieudonne was found with pellets of cannabis and preliminary investigations indicate that he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol,” said Gatare, adding, “Rwanda National Police appeals to the general public to supplement ongoing investigations by providing information related to the victim.”


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