President Ruto and Deputy Gachagua oppose LGBTQ rights in Kenya


President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua have voiced their opposition to the legalisation of LGBTQ in Kenya.

Ruto stated that Kenya had values that needed to be respected, while Gachagua expressed shock at the Supreme Court ruling on discrimination towards the registration of an NGO.

The Supreme Court ruled that the NGO board had discriminated against an organisation seeking registration for advocacy work in the LGBTQ community.

Members of Parliament have also disclosed that they are preparing motions to criminalise the community and its activities.

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