Ugandan, Kenyan flags fly high at London Pride 2024

01 Jul 2024

Ugandans and Kenyans joined thousands of people who lined the streets of London for the capital’s 52nd Pride event.

An estimated 32,000, including more than 500 LGBTQ+ groups, flocked to Hyde Park Corner to watch or join in the parade on Saturday (29 June).

Weaving through the capital, the parade marched down Whitehall before celebrations began at various locations.

Headliners included singer Bebe Rexha, Drag Race winner Ginger Johnson, and RuPaul’s DragCon stars Drag Syndrome in Trafalgar Square.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan was also spotted joining in the celebrations.

Recently Uganda passed into law an Anti-Homosexuality law which prescribes life imprisonment for homosexual activities. They are only finding chance to exercise their to freely meet in Europe and other Western countries.

Hundreds of LGBTQ Ugandans have since fled the country for fear of being arrested.

Below is the pictorial from the show.

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