Sauti All's musician Bien Aime has revealed that he supports the LGBTQ movement and that they should be granted their rights in Kenya just like any other organisation.
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The popular musician has alleged that the LGBTQ issue is not greater than corruption or drought that is currently facing Kenyans and therefore should not be given much attention.Bien further alleged that the government is using the LGBTQ issue to drive away the minds of Kenyans from the current high cost of living that is being witnessed.
Photo:Sauti Sol Musicial Bien(Courtesy)
However most Kenyans have been criticising the supreme court's ruling on LGBTQ as they claim that the traditions of Kenyans does not allow that and we should not be assimilated by the western nations.
President William Ruto has however come out clear and insisted that he will not allow same sex marriage and LGBTQ to be legalised fiti g his regime.Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga has also criticised the supreme court's decision.
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