In her latest interview with Mpasho, Njeri came out, telling off people castigating the members of the LGBTQ+ group in Kenya.
She further said the social stigmatization of the LGBTQ+ community needs to be stopped as it isolates culprits from family members and society.
"These things are normal. Guys traumatized me, society kills people so much. Some are isolated by their families, taken for prayers.. or even chased away from their homes. Africans make it feel like it’s a bad thing to love someone of the same gender. Like it’s a sin "Said Njambi
Following this latest confession, we have researched the list of LGBTQ+ celebrities in Kenya, who have come out and are proud of their identity.
Radio Queen Anita Nderu recently confirmed being a member of the community, adding that she will take the role of advocating for their rights.
In one of her moving tweets, Nderu hoped that her kids in future would not undergo what she underwent as a member of the LGBTQ+.
Digital artist Ed Wainaina recently confirmed that he was a member of the LGBTQ+ community through a Twitter message he posted on his social. media accounts.
Through the message, the illustrator quizzed netizens whether they will accept him in society.
Activist Audrey Mbugua shocked many people after revealing her status as a transgender.
searches on her Wikipedia profile reveals that she is a transgender who has been fighting for their rights.
Former BBC journalist Njeri Makena opened up about her sexual orientation of being aay, this was through a video shared by tTEDxpodcast
"My name is Chris Njeri Makena. I am happy, I am free and I am bold. For a very long time, I could never introduce myself like this but somewhere along the journey, I started to discover what it meant to live your truth. I started to discover who I was and I decided to be loyal to my authenticity." Said Makena.
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