- We continue to urge the Supreme Court of Kenya to consider revising the ruling that allowed the LGBTQ to register their association.
- Already, we are seeing our children in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions engaging in these ungodly activities to the detriment of the next generation.
The Bill by Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma could not have come at a better time, especially after the Supreme Court dismissed a petition that challenged a verdict on LGBTQ.
LGBTQ is unbiblical and such a ruling should not be allowed to stand if, at all, we care about the next generation.
We continue to urge the Supreme Court to consider revising the ruling that allowed the LGBTQ to form and register an association or associations.
We were shocked to learn that the apex court had dismissed an application by Kaluma on a technicality.
As the Church, we are appealing to the judges to review their decision and understand that allowing gays to associate and propagate their agenda, against the Constitution and the laws of our land, has far-reaching consequences.
Already, we are seeing our children in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions engaging in these ungodly activities to the detriment of the next generation.
President William Ruto must come out of the shadows and give direction on this matter as the father of the nation.
In my humble view, this is not the time to be silent.
Both the National Assembly and the Senate must exercise their constitutional mandate by ensuring they support Kaluma’s Family Protection Bill, 2023, and further implementing other constitutional reforms.
I want to categorically state that we support the proposition by Kaluma to proceed without any fear or favour.
The entire Church is solidly behind Kaluma’s Bill, which seeks to advance the provisions of Article 45 of the Constitution that provides for the protection of the family, prohibition and criminalisation of homosexuality, same-sex marriages, unnatural sexual acts and related activities, which are all contrary to public morality.
The Bill, which also seeks to regulate activities or associations that seek to advance, advocate or promote homosexuality, unnatural sexual acts and non-binary sexual liaisons, should be supported by all members of the National Assembly as well as senators.
The chairperson of the Church and Clergy Association of Kenya spoke to the Star