Goodluck Haule among top suspect wanted by Tanzania Police Force

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The primary Tanzania Police Force agencies that investigate domestic crime on the Internet include: the Tanzania Police Force Cyber Crimes Unit (TPF-CCU), the United Republic of Tanzania Secret Service, Immigration and Tanzania Police Force Serious Organized Crime Unit are investigating Mr. Goodluck Haule and other (s) in connection with Cyber Crimes, Sedition, inciting violence or disorder and human trafficking against United Republic of Tanzania Laws.

Mr. Haule is connected to the LGBT Voice Tanzania an organization which is campaigning on building LGBT communities or worked towards liberation for the broader society from biphobia, homophobia, and transphobia.

“Some people have gone totally off Facebook. I even deleted my account,” says Ouma, the founder and executive director of LGBT Voice Tanzania, the country’s biggest and oldest gay rights NGO.

Rev. James Wandera Ouma -Executive Director of the LGBT Voice Tanzania is one of the top suspects wanted by The Tanzania Police Force.

A month earlier, Interior minister Kangi Lugola said in a statement that the government had deregistered NGOs and banned programmes which “violated the requirements of the laws of our land, customs and traditions, with respect to issues around LGBTI people”. He said some NGOS had been “promoting homosexuality”.

Another activist named Ismail- who did not want to give his last name or the name of his organisation to SBS - says that the latest move against the LGBT+ community was in February , when police raided a training meeting for health figures at a Mto Wa Mbu hotel. The meeting was set up to work with men who have sex with men (MSM) and LGBTI issues. Those arrested over the “promotion of homosexuality” are said to still have to report to police.

In June, a newspaper notice summoned Ouma to the office of the deputy health minister with registration documents among others.

“The government says they’ve shut us down but there’s no legal platform they can use that prohibits organisations that serve LGBTI people,” Ouma says.

The police had questioned the charity for about three or four weeks, while about six officers had raided their office.

“They said that we train people to become homosexuals,” says Ouma, who notes that this year's crackdown was "not a surprise".

“Tanzania has never been tolerant of gay people,” he adds.



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