By Alex Niwamanya. Joint security agencies in Kampala comprising of police and military crime intelligence have intensified hunt for the suspected bisexual man who went missing together with his son last week.
Brian Heavens Muwanguzi, 27, a resident of Kasubi, Rubaga Division in Kampala City allegedly went missing on September 18 together with his three year old son, Elijah Heavens Muwanguzi.
Information obtained from Old Kampala Police Division indicates that Muwanguzi is accused by family members for causing death of his father, Vincent Sebanobe who succumbed to stroke upon seeing a video clip where the son was recorded having carnal knowledge with a person against the order of nature.
It is on this basis that the irritated family members reported the matter to police though Muwanguzi learned about the police’s move to arrest him then he immediately disappeared together with the son.
Sebanoba has been a famous city businessman owning various spare parts shops in Kampala metropolitan area. He has been married to a famous lecturer at Makerere University, also the mother to Muwanguzi with other siblings.
The Insight Post has established that Muwanguzi for some years has been involved in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-LGBTQ activities.
One of his family members who accepted talking to us on a principle of anonymity suspects Muwanguzi to have been initiated into the circles of LGBTQ during his early days at campus by a fellow student identified as Elvis Kasule in 2015.
LGBTQ in Uganda faces legal challenges, active discrimination and stigmatization whereby both male and female homosexual activity are illegal in the country.
Under the Penal Code, “carnal knowledge against the order of nature” between two males carries a potential penalty of life imprisonment.