Kenyans CANNOT win the fight against LGBTQ

Kenyans are currently embroiled in a fight with the members of the LGBTQ community and what a fight it is. One would be forgiven for thinking the outcome of foregone conclusion given it is truly the definition of a goliath vs David situation but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

You see, the rainbow community makes up less than 1% of Kenya’s population but that does not mean that we should scoff at them because what they lack in numbers they more than make up for in terms of money. This is one marginalized group that is truly very well-funded and supported.

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And therein lies the crux of my argument as to why the LGBTQ community is going to eventually win out this war. We are not going to be able to fight them because of their money. It’s not even about them using said funding from western nations to sensitise Kenyans rather it is that they will simply game the system by buying the policymakers outright.

Think about it, what is one commodity that Kenya seems to have by the bucket loads if not corruption? Our leaders are the most corrupt leaders in the world. Their only concern is their stomachs and stealing enough to create generational wealth for their offspring. We too are to blame for this situation because not only do we vote in the most corrupt and morally repugnant politicians but we also share them on and celebrate them for stealing successfully.

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Members of the lgbtq are aware of this fact and if they are smart (rest assured a huge chunk of them are), they will opt for this low-hanging fruit what is the desired outcome. So how we going to fight this? Keep in mind a member of the flock, Father Ambrose Kimutai of Tegat Parish, Diocese of Kericho in Bomet County has voiced his support for the Supreme Court ruling that allowed members of the LGBTQ to set up NGOs. So it’s safe to say that the wheel has begun turning and as you know our body in motion does not want to come to arrest.


That is not to say that they will use brute force to have their way, rather than finesse the system. We will experience small seemingly insignificant changes to the laws of the Land and sooner rather than later they will have recreated the status quo to one which accepts them.

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But even as we wrap up, I for one I’m truly curious as to why Kenyans are so hell-bent on not allowing adults to live as they see fit regardless of whether or not they choose to be LGBTQ.

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