Drama in parliament as MPS slam supreme court over LGBTQ judgement. The National Assembly members are blaming the Supreme court for issuing judgement on LGBTQ community to please The Western Union. The Supreme Court recently approved that LGBTQ community can form non-governmental organizations. This act has caused drama all over the country and the members of parliament decided to speak up over the judgement.
The members of parliament called to review the decision said the judgement is against the cultural way of then country and these decision will affect the future generation. The members of parliament say that this decision will taint the morals of the country
Some of the members of parliament ask the supreme court to revisit their decision. They are very concerned about the younger generation for they will grow up with the wrong kind of exposure on the LGBTQ community. The supreme court judgement still remain at the center of discussion all over Kenya and the parliament.
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