Uganda's parliament has passed a new law which criminalises identifying as LGBT, and threatens them with 10 years in jail.
Musa Ecweru, MP for Amuria District, addressed lawmakers, saying homosexuals will have "no space in Uganda".
People who identify as gay in Uganda risk life in prison after parliament passed a new bill to crack down on homosexual activities.
It also includes the death penalty in certain cases.
Amnesty International has called the bill, which criminalizes same-sex between consenting adults "appalling", "ambiguous" and "vaguely worded".
It has also been condemned by both the UK's Africa Minister Andrew Mitchell and the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
The White House has warned Uganda of possible economic repercussions if the new law comes into force.