Rwanda President Paul Kagame doesn't want to have the same trouble as his neighbors Burundi, Tanzania, and Uganda when it comes to the LGBT community.
Some of Rwanda's neighboring countries have passed anti-gay laws and harassed their queer communities, resulting in criticism from around the world.
"It hasn't been our problem," Kagame said before an estimated 1,000 Rwandans and the country's supporters in San Francisco September 24. "And we don't intend to make it a problem."
Published on September 24, 2016 | OutRight Action International an LGBT human rights organization