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Religious Faith leaders condemn LGBTQ indoctrinate

Dr. Faridijn Abdala, vice chair IRCK, Center at a press conference in Maa hotel

By Bernard Mulwa

Religious faith leaders in Kenya have joined forces to protect and preserve the future of the family unit and protect Kenyan children against the natural order of human relations and intimacy.

The leaders have protested a new regime of Lesbians, gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and others terming it evil and warned if this is freely and openly embraced as diversity of sexual and identity, the society will find itself accepting bestiality on the same ground.   

The constitution of Kenya through Article 32(1) guarantees that “every person has the right to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and opinion” on this basis, the leaders said their collective conscience, opinion and belief that they believe in what is right and they will defend what is right so that everything is not left to windful destruction at the whims of sexuality liberals.

The Chairman of national Muslim leaders forum Abdulahi Abdi, said “this is a problem already with us, probably we are coming in late, today indoctrination is going on in schools” LGBTQ rights which he said is being blown into Kenya by winds from the West sweeping across the African continent.

In his speech at a news conference today in Nairobi, the Chairman of Inter-religious council of Kenya,Dr. Faridijn Abdala said there are books in the market with content encouraging same sex relations “We will not silently watch as our valued cultural moral fabric get pierced and shredded eternally disfiguring the fundamental pillars of and family unit. As interreligious leaders, we are prepared to face the modern times with rare hostility, uncompromising truthfulness and relentless defence of morality” they said.


In a study by the University of Nairobi faculty of health Science on Geographic Transmission of HIV among men who have sex with men {MSM}in Kenya as well as other majority studies show the prevalence of HIV among men who have sex with men in Kenya has been on the rise . Specifically, HIV prevalence among men having sex with men in Kenya is at 17.8 percent in Kisumu, 24.5 percent in Coastal Kenya and 26.4 in Nairobi.

The United Nations estimate that 20 per cent of men having sex with men are infected with HIV. HIV/AIDS prevalence is higher among the LGBTQ than the normal heterosexual relations.

Section 162 of the Penal Code penalizes “carnal knowledge against the order of nature” with up to 14 years in prison, while section 165proscribes “indecent practices between males” and makes it liable to up to five years in prison.

The religious faith leaders are there for pleading with the President William Ruto and the State to protect children and teenagers from LGBTQ indoctrination by activists, individuals or any organization.   Also they call upon the ministry of education to conduct an audit of books by various authors and publishers on book encouraging same sex relations, and ban their circulations in Kenya.

The leaders have urged the national police service to introduce reporting desk for cases where minors are suspected of being introduced to LGBTQ so that action to be taken against the culprits.  

In their recommendations the leaders have also called upon the ministry of education and the ministry of youth, culture and heritage to conduct civic education on acceptable cultural behaviors and unacceptable books or learning materials that contains LGBTQ advocacy.


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