Yesterday, the president Dr. William Ruto and the opposition leader Hon. Raila Odinga of the Azimio coalition put their political differences aside and backed the Kenyan constitution. based on the ongoing conversation in Kenya about homosexuality.
In his opinion, the president agreed that they would accept the court's ruling, but he also stated that gay acts would never occur in Kenya because the country's constitution forbids such unions.
Hon. Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio coalition, backed President Dr. William Ruto's decision to forbid homosexuality in the nation and cited the constitution's prohibition on the practice.
Since the supreme court ruled that persons who engage in this act can form associations to fight for their rights, the act of homosexuality became a hot topic in the nation. Yet, the decision has been roundly rejected by both parties.
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