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Police arrest suspect in Ugandan activist killing

Police insist Kato`s killing had nothing to do with his sexual orientation.

Kampala: A Ugandan police spokesman says authorities have arrested a key suspect in the killing of a prominent gay rights activist who was bludgeoned to death last week.

Vincent Sekatte said late Wednesday that the suspect made a confession before a magistrate. Sekatte said police will charge the man with murder soon.

Police insist David Kato`s killing had nothing to do with his sexual orientation. Police investigator Ronald Gata said the suspect is an ex-convict whom Kato employed three days before his death.
Gay rights campaigners though have said they believe that Kato`s death was linked to his activism.

Kato`s killing comes after a year of stepped up threats against gays in Uganda, where a bill has proposed the death penalty for some homosexual acts.

Bureau Report

From Zee News

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