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"STOP" Angry COTU Boss Tells Supreme  Court On Ruling Of LGBTQ Rights

Following the spreading news of the court's decision to rule the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) rights, which has taken over the social media and the entire country, It's indeed irritating many leaders, both in and outside government.

The boss of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU), Francis Atwoli, has been really angered by the ruling the Supreme Court made about the LGBTQ community right here in Kenya. Speaking, Mr. Atwoli has said that he will not accept such things here in Kenya. This is how he spoke.

"We cannot allow LGBTQ organisations to be registered here in Kenya. "In the African, Luhya, and Kenyan cultures, religiously, this is an issue that as Africans, we cannot allow," Atwoli said.

He further added that out of the country while attending international meetings in the West, the African delegation usually challenges them and carries the day whenever some white people bring up the topic.

Our support we get more from West Arabs, Asians, and South Americans than from Central Europeans. So he has urged the Parliament to have a special sitting to condemn the expansion of LGBTQ rights.

According to COTU boss, if the neighbouring countries, together with the rest of Africa, have condemned the act, then why has Kenya, and Kenya is the shining example for other countries? The boss has fully rejected the ruling and has called on the parliament to rule it out.


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