A Resounding “NO” to Homosexuality in Africa – Kenyan President Kenyatta Uhuru Holding Up Africa’s Integrity

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No to homosexuality in Africa

President Uhuru Kenyatta has stood tall and strong against the attempt by President Obama to force African nations to accept homosexual relationships. He resounding the response most of Africa has always given – No to homosexuality.

In a widely reported faceoff, President Kenyatta told Obama “There are some things that we must admit we don’t share. It’s very difficult for us to impose on people that which they themselves do not accept. This is why I say for Kenyans today the issue of gay rights is really a non-issue.”

Obama has made it his mission to ensure that Africa embraces gay rights, a mission that has earned him wide spread criticism and even curses from Africa and Africans. In Africa, only South Africa has legalised same sex marriage. In other parts of Africa, homosexual relationships are illegal and could attract very stiff penalties.

In his attempt to push his agenda, Obama said “I’ve been consistent all across Africa on this. When you start treating people differently,because they’re different, that’s the path whereby freedoms begin to erode. And bad things happen.”

President Obama had a fallout with President Goodluck Jonathan over Nigeria’s refusal to support gay rights. In fact, Nigeria went ahead to make laws criminalizing same sex marriages and in the process soured its relationship with the U.S. This informed the U.S’ refusal to sell arms to Nigeria for the fight against Boko Haram and also to go ahead and block its allies from selling to Nigeria.

It will be recalled that President Buhari only last week went to the U.S to solicit help from the U.S government in the fight against Boko Haram. U.S once again refused on the basis of Nigeria’s human rights violations. Nigerians are of the opinion that these violations are mainly tied to President Buhari’s refusal to accept the gay rights issue which has become Obama’s mission on earth in the twilight of his administration.

A Resoudning No to Homosexuality - President Uhuru Kenyatta Leads the Campaign

U.S will keep mounting pressure on African countries as long as African countries keep looking for aid from the west. President Uhuru has said that Africa does not need aid from anyone. With resolute and visionary leaders, Africa can tell the Obama and the U.S where to shove their aid.

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Chimerenka Odimba

@AY Mommed. What are you trying to say? That Africa should bow to U.S’ pressure? Every religion in Africa frowns at it. President Buhari could never have said yes being a devout Muslim. We don’t want that kind of development if that’s what you call development.

Is'haq Abubakar Kano

Good kenyatta

AY Mommed

We want development yet parts of our people trump on others because they’re different. Progress won’t come without change.

Chimerenka Odimba

Emmanuel Odimba, Isiaka Steven