Eastern Clergy react to Supreme Court LGBTQ ruling

United Clergy Alliance Eastern Chapter has reacted to the Supreme Court decision to allow LGBTQ members to associate by registering NGOs,

Addressing the press in Machakos Town led by Bishop Kababu of GCC church, the clergy said that it was against biblical and ethical ways for such organizations to be allowed to register.

Kababu said that as the church they would not allow such to prevail in the country because it is Ungodly.

“As the clergy, there are some behaviors we cannot allow to happen in our country. The supreme court ruling on LGBTQ is null and void and we do not support it,” said Bishop Kababu.

“I want to urge Kenyans not to allow such to prevail in this country. We need to pray very hard for this. We as the clergy have refused such to happen in our country,” he added.

His words were echoed by several leaders including Machakos Deputy Governor who during an interview with a National Radio station stated that he would not support the ruling.

“I call on Kenyans of moral integrity to reject, resist and oppose the Supreme Court ruling as it is meant to erode our societal norms and morals,” said Mwangangi.

Last week, the supreme court ruled that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community have the right to association. The judges in their majority ruling said the decision by the lower courts to deny the members of the community in Kenya their right to register as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) was discriminatory.

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