Ezekiel Mutua and Joji Baro have clashed multiple times before because of his stand on homosexuality in Kenya. But you will be surprised to know the moral police is totally cool with foreigners who are gay who come to Kenya.
Joji Baro will probably not be welcomed at Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) leave alone given an opportunity to address faithful, because he is not white, he’s not rich and famous.
But JCC welcomed Richard Quest with an open arm, the openly gay CNN anchor was given a special seat close to the pulpit and yes, he also addressed the church.
Moral police has come out to defend the Kiunas for hosting Richard Quest at their church. Kenyans however think Ezekiel Mutua is a big hypocrite.
He just collected the first stone he had cast.
— MORIO (@ThecharacterofG) October 28, 2018
Clear example of how an African sees the white man as opposed to his own skin colour. Neocolonialism
— dr.gooner (@itiskingpin) October 29, 2018
Oh my, Ezekiel thinks we're all fools. Quest didn't need a licence to film squat. He was here to cover @KenyaAirways inaugural flight to JFK, got interviewed by @CapitalFMKenya by @Maqbuli , went on safari with @tunajibu and was with folks from @kwskenya. Ezekiel keep quiet.
— Jax #WhyILoveKenya???????????? (@Jackie_Arkle) October 29, 2018