Sunday, 26 January 2014

Cheptoyek's Life in Danger

Bernard Randall is safely home in the UK and has given an interview to the BBC.

Meanwhile, his Ugandan partner, Cheptoyek, fears for his life: 

Ugandan faces death threats after partner deported over gay sex video: Albert Cheptoyek fears for his life in Uganda after Briton Bernard Randall is deported for video found on stolen laptop

The Ugandan partner of a British man deported to the UK after being found with a gay-sex video has received death threats from neighbours. 
Albert Cheptoyek, 30, said he expected to be jailed because of his sexuality, had been rejected by his local community, and feared for his life now the international spotlight had moved on following Bernard Randall's expulsion from Uganda. Randall, from Kent, moved to Uganda last year but his new life soured after his laptop, with images of him having sex with a man in Morocco, was stolen during a break-in at his home. The images were sent to a tabloid newspaper, prompting the arrest of the couple.

His future is uncertain, but we will continue to report on any progress.

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