Tuesday, October 25, 2011
GNAA Unveils African Outreach Program
Leon Kaiser - Tarzana, California
Tarzana, California - GNAA today announced that it was launching its long-awaited African Outreach program, designed to spread the message of a gay universe across Africa.
"The program was designed to combat the rising anti-gay sentiment prevalent in so many modern African societies" said GNAA spokesnigger Murray D. Oxford, "and to most effectively do this, we decided to partner with the leading gay rights activist in the region: Dr. Noah Mugerwa."
"Let us join hands as we fight to liberate the dying souls in the hurting world of Africa, our negro brothers and sisters, the gay niggers!" exclaimed Dr. Mugerwa, proudly displaying his uncut African manhood, "as we launch our program in Africa, we are going to name it 'Rescue Gays in a hurting Africa' and I will go ahead and open the outreach office here in Uganda or in Kenya where we can continue to coordinate all our future activities and I will be the coordinator for the Africa region."
In January 2011, Rogers Mulindwa, an openly gay black man from Uganda, was arrested by security agents and remained in custody until his death in August 2011. He died from injuries caused by torture at the hands of government officials. He had recently graduated from a local university with degrees in computer science and information technology. Upon hearing of his death, Mulindwa's former lover, a high school student named Brian Mukasa, committed suicide at his parents home in the outskirts of Kampala. Dr. Mugerwa had visited Mulindwa in jail several times, each time coming away even more determined to free the young man. Earlier this month, Dr. Mugerwa and the GNAA set up a scholarship in Mulindwa's honor.
"Due to an abundance of horrific and tragic deaths of the loved ones of our new associates," said GNAA accountant Dominic E. Molish, "we have decided to set up memorial programs for those loved ones, including Donald A. Peterson, who died in a plane crash on July 19, 2003; Mohammed Abdul Raheem, a Saudi Arabian who died in a 'plane clash' a few years ago; Dr. Johnson Efedi, a Togolese man who tragically took his life under mysterious circumstances in 2006; Sunday Chukwuma Nwadu, a Ugandan who suspiciously died in police custody; John Musa, a Tunisian who was murdered outside of his apartment by armed robbers in early 2001; Dish Khushab, a Ugandan who succumbed to prostate cancer in late 2009; Martins Weber Dito, an Egyptian man who contracted Typhoid fever and subsequently died in 2010; Andy Eze, a Congolese man who is suspected to have been murdered by the Israeli Mossad in 1987; Dr. Thomas Fernandez, a world renowned Sudanese psychotherapist who was murdered by a contract killer in 1997; Patricia Maria Gonzales, a Senegalese woman who died during childbirth in the 1950s; Larisa Sosnitskaya, a Liberian woman who was tragically killed in a horrific car accident in May of 2008; Derrick Sese Gezi, a Somalian man who was found dead in a landfill in the 1970s; Suzana and Issac Nuhan Vaye, a Nigerian couple who were killed in a suicide bombing in 2006; Comfort Olu, a Ugandan woman brutally gunned down in front of her home in 1994; Zainoul Abidine Sanoussi, a Tunisian who was killed in a hit-and-run accident in the 1980s; Colin Scowcroft, a Togolese man tragically killed during an 'accidental' fire that engulfed a theater where he was attending a play in 1990; Mariam Sese-Seko, a Sudanese woman found dead in an alley, from an alleged drug overdose in 1992; Andy Karnwea Winpoe, Juno Widjaja, Peters Winpoe, Musa Yakubu, Diplomat Anna Holmes, and Harold Mfwamba, citizens of various African nations who all were killed by HIV/AIDS in the 1990s; and Dr. Victor Brown, a South African man who succumbed to esophageal cancer in mid 1998."
"These memorial programs," Mr. Molish continued, "will be intended to provide African youth with firearms and the relevant firearms training so that they can adequately defend themselves in the harsh environments that they know as home. These will be solely intended for use as a means of self-defense and protection, while we regret that they may have to resort to violence to defend themselves, the abundance of these 'accidents' have made it clear that it is better to be safe than sorry. Additionally, the programs will provide malnourished African youth with food, water, shelter, vaccinations, and youth education in order to prepare them for the 'real world', so to speak."
"GNAA has also started partnerships across Africa with many companies and corporations," said GNAA head of security Vladimir Bohners, "The Euro Trust Corporation, Mega Jackpot Lotto Winnings Programs, Prime Foundation International E-Lottery, Imprezia Internationale Sweepstakes Lottery, 'Omegalotteryinternational', Solid Crest E-Mail Lottery, Dgcourier Worldwide Express, Euromillones Primitiva, Metropolis Seguros S.A., Prime Online Lottery, Blue Fountain Lotto WWW-Net International Promotions, Global Courier Service Company, Global Speedways International, K.B.F Sweepstakes Lottery, Rainbow Net Lottery International Program, Watergate Lottery Incorporated, Nuevo Loteria/International Promotion Program, Global Diplomatic Security Company, Intercontinental Lottery Nl., Dkv Seguros S.A., Captrust Finance And Securities, Golden Gate International Lottery, Falcon Trust Finance B.V., Continent Software International Lottery/Promotions, National Moneyballs Loteria, Cooperate Trust Security And Finance Company, and Access Financial Security."
About Dr. Noah Mugerwa:
Dr. Noah Mugerwa is the "senior founder" of Good Nite Investments Ltd., a well-known businessman in Uganda with a proven track record in successful business ventures in Uganda, Kenya, and Southern Sudan, as well as a senior partner at the African Institute of Drug Studies. Dr. Mugerwa aims to provide cost effective quality life saving products and services to the public, to make products available in the whole region, and to assist institutions and people in accessing quality products and services in the East Africa and Southern Sudan area. Dr. Mugerwa is best known for his dedication to the liberation of unjustly imprisoned gay men and women across Africa.About Good Nite Investments Ltd.:
Good Nite Investments Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer and among the "best" of Uganda's top employers in the private sector. Good Nite Investments Ltd. has an established network of reliable contacts within various African governments, and uses them to secure the freedom of gay and lesbian prisoners in numerous African countries who are imprisoned solely due to their sexual orientation. Good Nite Investments Ltd. is a "sister" organization of the GNAA.About The GNAA African Outreach Program:
GNAA has also been working to establish many contacts across Africa: in Algeria, Cindy Coulibaly, Desmond and Kamara Kara, Charles Taylor, and Joy and John Uwe; in Burundi, Barrister William Godwill, Pinto Jason, Eide Hans Terje Kristian, and Amanda Yaman; in Cote d'Ivoire, Garcia Duarte, the Honorable Wilson C. Gani, David Richard, and Clarence Wong; in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Agata Dominik, Celen Harry, Williem Van Jacobus, and Sarah Wilfried; in Egypt, Sheik Abdul Ramani, Malunze Akufo, Ibrahim Al Zaabi, Nina Ali, Alhaji Ali Ghandour, Darlington Anderson, Solomon Boni, Vivian I. Cosmos, Deborah Gomez, Krisntaina Merati, and Barrister Jerry S. Morgan; in Kenya, Rev. Father Austine Dike, Martins Gidado, Barrister Ian Jeffery, Mary Moundo, Walter Nnaji, Blanco Sajez, Angela Scott, Anne Sedes, Anita and John Tagro, and Micah Desire Tagro; in Libya, Vivian Chinamasa, Sgt. James Cole, Rama Djirama, Ali Malik, Colonel Brown Martins, Aisha Mohammed, and Daniel Sanuho; in Nigeria, Bricks Adams, Justin and Matilda Adelan, Alice Aka, Adelman Allan, Grace Juli Bright, George Morris Bright, Gubwano Mumbasa, Dalu Ncube, Nicholas Nyamali, and James Sizu; in Rwanda, Richard Alamezie, Mabwano Bello, Barrister Briggs Victor, Rebecca Godwill, Ita Grace, Anthony Mark, and Rita Michelle; in Senegal, Jeremiah J. Ahern, Renwano Broneida, Marina Eziekel, Idima Joe, and Thomas Stone; in Sierra-Leone, Lizzy E. Aguleri, Justice Emmanuel Olayinka Ayoola, Chuks Favor, Cpt. Anita Kirk, Louis Momo, and Chad G. Zubaru; in South Africa, Affendi Adira, Gabriel Bagudu, Alice Juniors Bakary, Azizah Bakri, Victoria Bonna, Tony Dede, Barrister Nathan Iren, Tertius Kabore, Angela Kami, Joyce Kipkalya, John Oguashi, Antonio L. Savimbi, and Ane Udah; in Tunisia, Sivabalan Arjuna, Mamy Diop, Bouchra Dridi, Edmund Miller, and Prince George Sanoussi; in Uganda, Kaggwa Andrew, Dr. Offori Atta, Sergio Gomez, Prince Paul Howard, Dr. Deeoni Johnson, Deborah Kisitu, Davis Matovu, Lilian Nalubega, the diplomat Rupean R. Nelson, Rosemary and Kevin Peter, Tom Smith, David Spencer, and Renwano Yomotaka; in the United Arab Emirates, Sheik Abdulmohsen Al-Rossais, Abudul Azeez, Princesses Erina Ibrahim, Safia Farkash Al-Baraasi Gaddafi, Syed Hamid Albar, Al Hassan Gamal, Abdul Said Esq., Muhamed Shakarat, and Dr. Adamu Umar.About GNAA:
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