The LGBTQ Question- Celebrities Who Strongly Rebuke The Community From Being Legalized In Kenya
The colloquy on the LGBTQ community has been paramount for the last couple of months. And most people who have openly come out to give their sentiments have further ignited the discussion.
A couple of celebrities are in strong dis-agreement against the legalization of the LGBTQ. Below is a list of some of them who shared their sentiments;
Vanity hitmaker Daddy Owen vowed to not relent in the campaign against the LGBTQ movement, just days after the Supreme court of Kenya gave a go-ahead for the registration of the movement as a non-governmental organization in the country.
“My post has been flagged and REMOVED by INSTAGRAM!! Ths are the measures they take to threaten, intimidate and browbeat people! I will not RELENT! Next is they will take away my social media accounts & handles! I will NOT RELENT! After they will create and start propaganda and agitprop upon my brand, I WILL NOT RELENT!… I am not desperate for thr VISA!
I repeat, we SHOULDN’T allow ths agenda in our society, we have our own ethos and correctness. LET’S PROTECT OUR POSTERITY.But don’t be afraid of those who threaten you. For the time is coming when everything that is covered will be revealed, and all that is secret will be made known to all.”
Matthew 10:26, “he wrote.
Like Daddy Owen, DJ Mo did not tolerate the Supreme Court’s decision. The gospel spin master called on Kenyans to stop sugarcoating the matter, reiterating that he does not support it.
He went ahead to quote a Bible verse Leviticus 20:13, which talks about sexual relations between two men.
DJ Mo further said he knows what is best for his children and will not change his stand.
“Maoni yangu haya- let’s stop sugarcoating this thing – haiwezi…I have kids…najua Society/environment safe kwao to grow in and I know what the Bible says. Leviticus 20:13
Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) boss Francis Atwoli has strongly disagreed with the Supreme Court of Kenya. Francis Atwoli, who spoke during a funeral in Kakamega county, said there is no way the Kenyan courts can allow same-sex marriage According to the COTU boss, in neighbouring Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni has also banned the vice, same case with Tanzania.