Andrew Anthony receives death threats for gay marriage, not returning to Zambia

An Englishman living in Zambia has been forced to leave the country for good after details of his civil partnership in the UK generated a storm of controversy, according to Pinky news 
Andrew Anthony entered into a civil partnership with his partner of 25 years, Markus Muller-Tenckhoff, on Saturday 29 June.
The ceremony was performed on the Isle of Wight and attended by approximately 70 guests from the UK and Germany, where Markus runs a Berlin-based city guide business.
But news of Mr Anthony’s civil partnership reached Zambia — where homosexuality remains a criminal offence. He was looking to return but now cannot.
Sentences of 14 years can be issued for those convicted of same-sex sexual activity under Zambia’s sodomy laws.
On Monday, the Zambian Watchdog website published an article about the civil partnership, sparking an outpouring of vitriol and death threats, posted online and delivered to his employers at a four star hotel in Lusaka, Zambia.