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Mwingi Pastors Castigate Supreme Court Over LGBTQ Ruling

The Clergy from Mwingi region have castigated the recent ruling by the Kenyan apex court which gave a nod to the registration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer persons (LGBTQ) communities in the country, terming it as outrageous and against both African culture and religion.
Archbishop Julius Nyerere addressing fellow clergymen at a hotel in Mwingi. The Clergy in Mwingi region castigated the Supreme Court's ruling legalizing LGBTQ persons. MWINGI TIMES/Boniface Mwaniki

According to the men of God, Kenya is by large a Christian society, followed by Muslim and African religious believers and none of the above advocate for same-sex marriages.

In a press statement at Mwingi town, Bishop Jarison Mwendwa who read a statement on behalf of the clergy urged the government and all religious leaders to join hands and fight any attempts to register outfits that may lead to moral decadence in the society. He wondered what the end result of registering such outlawed organizations would be.

Archbishop Julius Nyerere of the Jesus Messiahship Church ministries lauded President Dr William Ruto for his strong stance against the ruling, urging him to stay put and save the country from such despicable organizations.


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