“It is like they have all vanished in thin air, I don't know what is going to happen to me once there,” said Namigadde before she broke into tears.
She was due to be deported 20 January, but that was only stopped after a mix-up with someone else name being submitted to the airline.
Her lawyer, of Cardinal Solicitors in Luton, said, “Her life could be in danger because very little is known about this law in Uganda. There are reports of mob justice in certain areas in that country."
Another gay Ugandan, Garrick Nyeswa, has been desperately fighting to stay in this country. The rejection letter he received from the Home Office included the statement that “there is no evidence to confirm that homosexuals are persecuted in Uganda”
Current Foreign Office travel advice for Uganda is that "homosexuality is illegal and social tolerance of it is low."
The UK Border Agency was reported in April to be moving to block any visa application by the author of the Anti-Homosexuality bill, David Bahati MP.
Earlier this year, then Minister of State for Africa and the United Nations, Baroness Kinnock, delivered Britain's condemnation of the bill in Kampala.