After the news of edwin chiloba's death, another member of LGBT community has come out to share experience of his former relationship. posting on his social media account, george barasa an LGBT advocate claimed to be single after being slapped by the man he thought they wound end up together.
Despite of his partner's apologies, george was not willing to forgive.he has now questioned how many times chiloba was beaten before he met his death and social media users felt his pain.many condemned the act and consolled him with good messages.below is a few of their comments;
Barasa is a long term LGBT member who fled to canada after being discriminated for being gay. he is among the members who have mourned the death of edwin chiloba urging people to treat them well because many suffer in silence.
He also claimed to have known alot of LGBT members in kenya who live in fear and lack freedom of expression.barasa now wants the gorvenment to take action over chiloba's death and protect the LGBT community.
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