Speak on this matter and rebuke it openly- MPs pressure Ruto on LGBTQ.
A section of lawmakers have come out to ask the head of state, to declare his stance on the ongoing homosexual discussion.
Speaking today was Likoni MP Mishi Mboko who put President Ruto’s proclamation of the Christian faith to the test by daring him to rebuke LGBTQ as openly as he professes his faith.
Lawmaker Mbogo also argued that if in their illegal state, they have beem able to recruit and form secret circles, what if the president allows it.
Mboko stated,” I want to see the President speak on this matter and rebuke it as openly as he professes the Christian faith.”
“When they have such groups, what will their discussions centres on? We know they have been doing secret awareness and recruitment drives across the country, what if we legalise the formation of their association,” Mboko added.
Supporting Mboko was Mwingi North Counterpart Paul Nzengu and Kaloleni lawmaker Paul Katana who told president Ruto to take a stand like the Ugandan President, Museveni did.
The reiterated that Museveni does openly declare his faith, but he still refused to give in to pressure of saying yes to LGBTQ.
Nzengu further issued an advise to young people, to stick to the African morals taught by their parents.
They stated,”If Museveni, who does not so open about his Christianity, refused to bow to the pressure of sanctions, then let Kenya not accept any money, or donations that are tied to the legalising of homosexuality
“I want to advise the young people, you are becoming a disappointment to your parents. This is a moral decay and we want them to refrain from that,” Nzengu highlighted.