Political Commentator and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party allied political blogger Pauline Njoroge, has castigated President William Ruto for just making public pronouncements that he will not allow members of LGBTQ in Kenya, without providing any detail on what action he will take to prevent that from happening and the consequences which the victims will be facing.
In her late night message today in reaction to the statement which was made by President William Ruto yesterday that he will not allow homosexuality in Kenya, Pauline has questioned the president about what he will exactly do to prevent that. She has asked the president to tell Kenyans what consequences the victims of LGBTQ will face if found guilty.
Since there are people who are expressing themselves and even posting photos showing that they are gay. He should reveal the consequences which such individuals will be facing and whether there will be a crackdown to find out more victims of LGBTQ activism in kenya. He should not just be making statements on media saying he will not allow such a culture in Kenya without taking an action against it.
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