Uganda Govt Begin Hunt For Porn Users

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The Government of Uganda has said that committee to eradicate pornography in the country has been placed into effect.

The country’s Ethics Minister, Simon Lokodo, who made this known on Tuesday, August 29, said that the government is blaming sexually explicit materials for everything, from drug abuse to homosexuality.

The minister said that the nation will invest roughly 500 million dollars yearly to stop “one of the deadliest moral diseases in the country”.

Lokodo, a former Catholic priest, blamed porn for “escalating cases of drug abuse among youths, incest, teenage pregnancy and abortion, homosexuality and lesbianism and defilement.”

He continued: “The nine-member investigate team will be outfitted with “top-end gadgets” to monitor or intercept the downloading, watching, sharing or transmission of pornographic material.

“In addition, inspectors will be assigned to conduct on-the-spot checks for pornographic material.

“The team will also be supported by 30 to 40 technical and administrative staff and anyone caught distributing or using pornographic material would be handed over to the police.’’

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