Kapiri Homosexual couple found guilty

Kapiri Homosexual couple found guilty

A magistrate court in Kapiri Mposhi has convicted two men for practicing homosexuality.

The court ifound Stephen Sambo, 30, and Japhet Chataba, 38, guilty of performing unnatural acts.

The pair, who were arrested last August, will be sentenced by a higher court.

READ: Zambian gay law causes uproar

They were convicted on the testimony of a hotel employee who said she saw the pair having sex through a window. Prosecutors also presented videos and photographs of the men.

President Edgar Lungu has spoken out strongly against gay rights, despite pressure from donor countries that provide essential aid to the country.

People convicted of same-sex relations in Zambia face jail sentences of up to 14 years.

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    bakabomba 1 week ago

    you are foolish, why condemn the government because of your stupidity. you are very very very ignorant koswe iwe

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    Jaffe Joffer 1 week ago

    I mean…things are going so well for Africans. We are the source of so much innovation and so many brilliant scholars, doctors, scientists, physicists, agriculturalists; yet so little corruption, violence, ignorance, and abject stupidity.

    Just imagine how the unrivaled majesty and brilliance of Africa would be so irreversibly tarnished if we suddenly let a couple guys have butt love in the privacy of their own homes or a hotel room. All our collective genius and high-functioning governments would simply implode and cease to exist. This CANNOT HAPPEN!

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    Jordan chulu 2 weeks ago

    Just talking, not action. There a lot of gay and lesbian the whole Zambia, and nothing has been done about. I blame the weak government 

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    JK YAKUMBUYO 2 weeks ago

    ahhhh come to me ahhhh yakumboyu inzuna ahhhhhh fucking the ass is extremely sweet wow