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Married Woman Caught Smashing Fellow Lady in A Hotel Room in Kampala.

Ssemaganda Moses Hope



It was free Entertainment at Kabira Country Club in Kampala after a husband nabbed his wife pants down in bed with a fellow lady.

Nakitende, 38-year-old wife to a One Kibirige Henry with two beautiful daughters was nabbed smashing with another woman, only identified as Immy.

Speaking to the press during the scuffle, Kibirige said that he had been suspecting his wife was cheating on him, but little did he expect that she was also a Lesbian.


“A few months back, I hired a private investigator to spy on my wife’s movement because I suspected her of funny behaviors. Today, in I afternoon, I received a a call from my spy who told me that my wife had checked into a hotel room. I immediately swung in at the venue, but what shocked me was getting my wife seriously having s*x with a fellow woman”- Mr. Kibirige to press.

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Kibirige further noted that Immy has been a great tight long-time friend of his wife who she couldn’t even suspect of such an act.

“This so-called Immy has always been confusing me, she could even spend nights at my home in my absence, I didn’t notice the two were practicing Homosexuality, in African culture, this is a tabu and I won’t let these two women go free, I want to first discipline my wife as soon as I get home, then next will be this so-called Immy”- Kibirige.

You must note that homosexuality is currently illegal in Uganda and carries a potential penalty of life imprisonment. However, the proposed bill seeks to introduce even stricter penalties, including the death penalty for certain offenses.

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LGBT people continue to face major discrimination in Uganda, actively encouraged by political and religious leaders like Pr. Ssempa


Violent and brutal attacks against LGBT people are common, and often performed by state officials. Households headed by same-sex couples are not eligible for the same legal protections available to opposite-sex couples.

The British Empire introduced laws punishing homosexuality when Uganda became a British colony.

These laws were kept after independence. though, several attempts have been made to see that the act can favor LGBT families but all in vain.


The Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2014 was passed in 2013 and annulled in 2014, though it is expected to bounce back in parliament next year.

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The Act carried a punishment of life in prison for “aggravated homosexuality”. The law brought Uganda into the international spotlight and caused international outrage, with many governments refusing to provide further aid to Uganda.

In May 2021, the outgoing parliament passed further criminalization laws on both sex work and same-sex sexual activity.



Ssemaganda Moses Hope I'm Writter, Anchor, presenter, Influencer in both Mainstream and Social Media Sector, working with Success Tv,Fm, kampalamediatv and Dema Gospel Promotion. To reach me contact 0705847474 Email

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