The law that was effected by Supreme court of Kenya to allow registration of LGBTQ community has opened a new conversation in the country. The main aim of the law is to allow the community be registered as non governmental organizations and congregate to share various experiences in public places.
The outspoken member of parliament for Lamu Mohammed Ali has finally joined in the war against the rights of the community. He was keen to note that the country believes that this is illegal and should never be implemented in the country.
He went ahead to note that they should ammend the constitution to ensure that those caught practising it should be jailed for life. He highlighted that we must protect our morals and ethics at all times without compromising. He has written a bill to increase the punishment to those found promoting the agenda whether physically or on social media. The main aim of this article is to inform you of the current situation in the political arena. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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