28 Year- Old Nadia Afuwa Nakabuubi was reportedly banished by her own family following reports that she had started hanging out with an alleged LGBT activist Agnes Nalebo.
Insiders indicate who was last seen at National theatre at the weekly Jam Session an event popularly known for harboring minority groups in Uganda.
Nakabuubi who is also linked to LGBT communities in Uganda was reportedly battered by her own family members and she later went AWOL (Absent without Leave).
A close member who seek anonymity explained to our reporter that Nakabuubi had been summoned by the elders to the meeting.
“ family had called for the meeting to resolve the matter but Nakabuubi didn’t turn up following a tip off that some members of the family had announced life threats that saw her run away with her whereabouts yet to be known” Our source explains
A member of Nakabuubi’s Family who seek anonymity revealed that one family member noted that “Our family can no longer contain a person of Nakabuubi’s character and fear seeing her recruiting other family members into Homosexuality”
What Does Islam Say on Homophobia
The Muslim holy book, the Koran, tells the story of Lot and the destruction of Sodom – and sodomy in Arabic is known as “liwat,” based on Lot’s name.
Men having sex with each other should be punished, the Koran says, but it doesn’t say how – and it adds that they should be left alone if they repent.
The death penalty instead comes from the Hadith, or accounts of the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. The accounts differ on the method of killing, and some accounts give lesser penalties in some circumstances.