Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi has opened up about his stand on homosexuals.
Bobi Wine said this when he appeared on South African Broadcast Corporation(SABC) were he said he has a responsibility of guarding the rights of all people including those whose ideas he might not agree with.
Bobi Wine said, “I believe that one has the responsibility of guarding the rights of all citizens of those who are like you and those that are not like you. I believe that as a leader, a high level of tolerance is required to make sure the nation comes together”.
“I think all people are human beings and have their rights even when you don’t agree with them,” he said.
Bobi Wine also talked about the unemployment rate in the country where he said, “The education system has also reduced us to job seekers rather than job creators and that is why we export our brothers and sisters to the Middle East in search for opportunities, yet we import doctors.”
Bobi Wine is expected to attend the Freedom Foundation Africa’s ‘Africa Freedom Award ceremony 2019’ on Friday, December, 6 before meeting Ugandans in South Africa later on Saturday.