Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is at it again, publicly deriding homosexuality during a gathering in a high-density suburb of Glenview. Could it be that the man gets a homophobic streak during the month of March?
Exactly two years ago the leader of Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai (MDC-T) made similar homophobic remarks during women’s day celebrations.
Is the PM suffering from memory loss? In a BBC interview in October 2011, he said gay rights were a human right that conservative Zimbabweans should respect.
This tactic of trying to garner support using an issue which is highly emotional in Christian-dominated country has been castigated by LGBTI people and human rights defenders in the country.
At a time when the southern African country is about to go to a constitutional referendum on March 16 and the nation is preaching peace , it is baffling that the premier again chooses to target LGBTI…
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