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Kenyans Send A Powerful Message To MP After She Said This About Making Money From LGBTQ Community

A female member of parliament prompted reaction among a section of Kenyans after her recent remarks on the debate on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities in Kenya (LGBTQ). The legislator was speaking earlier today during a parliamentary session where she voiced her opinion on the topic, which had been raised by another member of parliament who intended to introduce the motion to the parliament.

The move to introduce this topic in the Kenyan parliament ignited a number of reactions among the legislators, and one of the people who voiced their opinion is UDA-elected member of parliament for.

In her address, the lawmaker criticised the introduction of such a motion in the parliament, as she opined that there was no room for discussing such topics in the Kenyan parliament. She further went ahead to reveal that despite her disapproval of the topic, she still believed Kenya could benefit from LGBTQ, which she termed an unnatural act among African communities.

According to the female legislator, she believed Kenya could tap into the digital sector of the industry since she believed members of the this community would require digital devices for their pleasure. Owing to this revelation, the member of parliament believed that Kenya could create industries where they manufacture such electronic devices and toys for this community and sell them to nations that practice it. In doing so, Kenya could actually make money from this industry. She further went ahead to make an example of China, which actually makes money from selling such technology.

A section of Kenyans who came across the utterances by the female member of parliament were actually displeased by her comment. Some of the netizens felt there was a better way Kenya could make. Some even went ahead to insinuate that by supporting the movement through the building of such devices, Kenyan legislators would be, in one way or another, supporting the movement itself.


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