Uganda Lesbian Deportation Hearing Reset for Monday, Feb. 7


Posted on February 3rd, 2011 by Katherine Franke
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LGBT Asylum News is reporting that Ugandan lesbian Brenda Namigadde’s deportation hearing in London has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 7th. Via  Twitter: “Update:  #BrendaNamigadde next hearing is Monday, in London http://bit.ly/fvnvzj.”

Namigadde is the Uganda lesbian who last week won a temporary reprieve from her certain deportation death, as British officials claimed she was unable to “prove” she is a lesbian, despite having provided three affidavits.

More as details become available. Stay tuned.

-Tanya Domi

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