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The Kenya Supreme Court (SC) has ruled that the Nairobi-based National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NG&LHRC) must be allowed to register officially as a non-governmental organisation (NGO).
In their judgment, a majority of the Supreme Court judges (three out of the five with two dissenters) held that ‘it would be unconstitutional to limit the right to associate, through denial of registration of an association, purely on the basis of the sexual orientation of the applicants.’
They also ruled, ‘Given that the right to freedom of association is a human right, vital to the functioning of any democratic society as well as an essential prerequisite enjoyment of other fundamental rights and freedoms, we hold that this right is inherent in everyone irrespective of whether the views they are seeking to promote are popular or not.’
The Supreme Court acknowledged that unnatural acts remain illegal in Kenya no matter who commits them. Speaking of such activities between men, the Bible outlaws them and pronounces a penalty:
Leviticus 18:22 Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is an abomination.
Leviticus 20:13 If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.
How it Started
The NG&LHRC was planted in Kenya by foreign interests to campaign for unnatural activities to be legalised. It invented a ‘human right’ to commit acts against nature. Its website shows it operates openly at Mpulla House #4 Arboretum Drive (off State House Road), Nairobi.
In 2013, the former executive director of the NGLHRC, Eric Gitari, applied to the Kenya NGO Coordination Board’s for permission to register NG&LHRC as an NGO. As its name contains the words ‘gay’ and ‘lesbian’ and bearing in mind the law, the Board refused.
Mr Gitari took legal action, and the High Court judges ruled in his favour at in 2015. The Court of Appeal upheld the ruling in 2019. The Supreme Court has now done the same in 2023.
Speaking after the ruling, Njeri Gateru, the current executive director of the NGLHRC said: ‘The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the lower courts’ rulings is a triumph for justice and human rights.’
The Penal Code
The penal code of a country consists of laws related to crime and punishment. Apart from sodomy being an abomination before God, sections 162(a) and (c), 163, and 165 of the Kenyan Penal Code 1930, criminalises offenses such as having ‘carnal knowledge against the order of nature’.
Foreigners may claim that the law was introduced by the British. Nevertheless, it is based not just on Scripture but on African values. The offence is punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
Just as the Bible says,
Deuteronomy 7: 11 Thou shalt therefore keep the commandments, and the statutes, and the judgments, which I command thee this day, to do them.
Read the Penal code here.
President William Ruto has joined the debate saying that Kenya will never accept such practices.
Speaking during International Women’s Day on 2nd March, President Ruto said the government respects the Supreme Court’s 3-2 decision but said ‘our culture and religion does not allow same-sex marriages.’
‘It is not possible for our country Kenya to allow same-sex marriages. … It will happen in other countries but not in Kenya,’ he added.
Nevertheless, with respect, the issue at hand is legalisation of sodomy and registration of NGOs advocating it, not ‘same-sex marriage’, even though the latter would swiflty follow the former.
Meanwhile, Deputy President (DP) Rigathi Gachagua described the ruling as demonic.
According to a local paper, DP Gachagua said LGBTQ practices will not be tolerated in Kenya, as they are satanic and don’t conform to the country’s traditions and beliefs.
‘Our President is a man of faith, and he will do what needs to be done and, in any case, we have our traditions and customs. What they are suggesting is repugnant morality and injustice in our way of life,’ Gachagua stated.
‘Defend Public Morality’
The Speaker of the National Assembly in Kenya, Moses Francis Wetangula, denounced the ruling. Mr. Wetangula said: ‘Although Kenya is secular, it is very religious, and it is therefore up to the highest court in the country to defend public morality.’
Meanwhile, the Attorney General had already promised to challenge the SC ruling, saying that the issue was not a matter for the corridors of justice, but for public consultation.
Also, a local paper reported that Kenya Kwanza and Azimio la Umoja-One, Members of Parliament, and the Catholic Members of Parliament Initiative (CMPSI) rejected the Supreme Court’s decision. ‘We have many pressing challenges affecting the country currently like drought, hunger, poor infrastructure, and somebody choosing to fund LGBTQ,’ CMPSI chairman Innocent Obiri said.
Family Unit Threatened
The ultimate scheme of NL&GHRC is to normalise sodomy. If they are successful with repealing Cap162, next will be to attack Article 45 of the Constitution which declares is between a man and a woman. This is a threat to the family unit ordained by God.
Western nations show what happens. In the United Kingdom, sodomy and gross indecency were decriminalised in 1967. Within five years there was a ‘gay pride’ march.
Now ‘pride’ marches are everywhere in the UK, Parliament has enacted gay-marriage, Christians face discrimination under equality laws, the Government promotes the full LGBT agenda to schoolchildren. Even five-year-olds are being asked if they are ‘trans’. Girls, often with mental or emotional problems, are declaring themselves boys and being given hormones to prevent puberty and then being surgically mutilated. Yet there is nothing physically wrong with them. The Bible says they have no need of either medicines or surgery:
Luke 5:31 And Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a physician; but they that are sick.
NG&LHRC endangers the future of Kenyan children as do plans to introduce comprehensive sexuality education. We are seeing an attack on the family unit, on education, our faith, history, and values.
The Bible records the Lord Jesus quoting the book of Genesis and declaring:
Mark 10:6 But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. 7 For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife; 8 And they twain shall be one flesh: so then they are no more twain, but one flesh.
Kenya Christian Voice have posted an eye-opening article on CSE and UN agencies:
Change the Constitution!
Kenya Christian Voice (KECV) has called on President William Ruto to amend the Kenyan Constitution to ensure immorality may not be promoted. We are also calling for a Transparency Law to compell foreign-funded NGOs to disclose their overseas funding:
Matt 10:26 Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; and hid, that shall not be known.Religious Bodies Reject the Ruling
Kenyan churches have criticised the Supreme Court’s decision. The Nairobi-based Christ is the Answer (CITAM) church strongly condemns the court’s judgement on freedom of association of the LGBTQ people.
The church called the ruling contradictory in a statement signed by CITAM’s presiding Bishop Reverend Calisto Odede.
‘This rather contradictory ruling has left many of us wondering whether other illegal practitioners like pedophiles and those involved in incest also have a right of association,’ they said.
Moreover, the church noted that the ruling comes soon after sections of the Church in the West decided to bless gay unions.
‘Kenya is a Christian nation’
Women in Kenya also condemned the SC’s judgment on “LGBTQ” registration in the country, according to a video shared by Mutembei TV.
Mrs Rahab Mulu, on behalf of the national steering committee, said: ‘Kenya is a Christian nation and therefore cannot support homosexuality. It is against our cultural values and norms. It is sinful, evil, unnatural, and deviates from religious teachings.’
‘We support the preservation of cultural values, protecting our lineage. When we die, what would we leave behind if our granddaughters marry each other and our sons marry sons?’
She urged the SC not to draw the people of Kenya backward with such decisions, backing her statement with a scriptural reference:
Mark 8:36 For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
The Women are set to petition the Attorney General and Parliament through the speaker to institute a bill that will bar the registration of “LBBTQ”.
In the meantime, Mombasa County women have strongly joined their counterparts to criticise the SC’s decision. The statement read in part: ‘We are Christian mothers, and we know that the Bible clearly says that anything done out of nature is as a result of a curse.
‘Yes, we acknowledge that some of our children have fallen into this, but our duty is to see how to deliver them. We will not celebrate this vile passion in our nation. We say NO TO LGBTQ in our land in Jesus’ name.’
Other African Countries Join Fight Against Sodomy
In February 2023, a local paper reported that Muslims in Uganda held a peaceful demonstration against homosexuality.
According to a communication from the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), the letter requested all Muslim leaders to have their sermons on the fight against the vice, radios, and television teaching address the same, peaceful walks through towns with placards and every district.
The UMSC call came after the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) issued a statement, expressing concern about the increasing promotion of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) agenda in the country.
The deputy Mufti, Sheikh Muhammad Warsaw, said the main aim of the demonstration is to create awareness as well as reinforce the role of religious leaders in this fight, following a decision of the Church of Uganda to break away from the Church of England that endorsed same-sex marriages.
Not long ago, a report by Kenya Christian Voice exposed the source of funding. In accordance with other antichristian NGOs across Africa, the NGLHRC depends on international money. It raises hardly any shillings from Kenyans. It is funded by Western foundations such as the UK’s Sigrid Rausing Trust.
The Trust’s website confirms: ‘SRT has supported NGLHRC since 2017. Total funds received to date: £110,000. Current grant: £180,000 over 3 years. Grant start: 1st August 2018.’ The average salary in Nairobi is currently around £6,500 per annum.
Furthermore, NGLHRC claims to have support from overseas ‘partners’ such as the International Bar Association, Stonewall UK, Amnesty International, the Canadian Government, a host of US-based and EU-based foundations and the US Department of State. Interestingly, it also receives money from the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC). But funding from the latter is not Kenyan money. Once more, as our research shows, KHRC depends totally on foreign money:
There are speculations that the United States first lady’s visit to Kenya had a role to play in the Supreme Court ruling.
A day before Mrs Jill Biden arrived in Kenya, the SC had legalised registration of “LGBTQ” NGOs in the Country. Mrs. Biden said her visit was aimed at focusing attention on the worst drought to hit the Horn of Africa in decades.
She also said: ‘Here in the Horn of Africa, a prolonged drought has left communities with devastating consequences in its wake.’
But it is no secret that, under US President Joe Biden, USAID is promoting Western evils in Africa.
Kenya Gets Ksh.16B Food Assistance from US Government
The United States government donated at least Ksh.16 billion in support of Kenya’s drought relief, following Mrs. Biden’s visit.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) claimed the food assistance to Kenya came amid an ongoing drought that has left more than four million people in the grips of a dire hunger crisis, with the number expected to rise to over five million by June this year. They said their funds will help meet the urgent needs of approximately 1.3 million people across Kenya.
The question is, are all these activities merely coincidental?
Be a Watchman
The time to arise is now! Kenya will not be turned into Sodom and Gomorrah in our lifetime. We must wake up and guard the gates of our Nation, protect our cultural heritage, and uphold the laws of the Lord.
The Bible says,
2 Chronicles 14:7 Therefore he said unto Judah, Let us build these cities, and make about them walls, and towers, gates, and bars, while the land is yet before us; because we have sought the Lord our God, we have sought him, and he hath given us rest on every side. So they built and prospered.
Read and Pray
1 Corinthians 6:9; Romans 1:25-27; Ezekiel 16:49; Galatians 5:19; Colossians 3:5; Genesis 1:27-28; Hebrews 13:4.
Thank God for everyone speaking up against this demonic ruling using different mediums.
Pray against the ungodly ruling in Kenya.
Pray that sodomy will not be part of Kenya’s history.
Pray for the church, our leaders, and the family unit.
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