Ugandan Government Paid U.S. Firm To Neutralize Negative Publicity From Anti-Homosexuality Bill, Ugandan Newspaper Reports

Agence France-Presse: Uganda paid U.S. PR firm ‘to clean up image’ after anti-gay bill
“A row over a law banning homosexuality in Uganda has been reignited after it emerged that the government paid a U.S. public relations firm to offset negative publicity, a report said Monday. Uganda’s Observer newspaper said the government had spent 614 million shillings ($206,000) … ‘to prop up Uganda’s image’ after it was ‘tarnished by the Anti-Homosexuality Act’…” (3/24).

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