Most countries in Africa do not approve of the LGBT community at best case, at worst LGBT is fiercely persecuted. Of course, there are some notable exceptions, such as South Africa or Mozambique, but in the whole of the continent people do not like and support gays and lesbians. In Uganda the hatred reached frightening proportions.
If you, as a citizen of Uganda, takes sex with a person of the same sex you, you risk spending the next 14 years of his life in one of the worst prisons in the world. Sometimes people were arrested and expelled from the country for a song or a play in which homosexuality is mentioned, and the police humiliate gays because, as soon as possible. Fighters for LGBT rights are routinely harassed by the state, and the newspapers used to publish the names and addresses of gay along with incitement to lynching.
But even these horrors can not be compared with the bill “kill gay” – in other words, homosexuality is now the death penalty. So much the goverment of Uganda is concerned that people do in bed, and is ready to kill them just for that.