Steer clear of gay agenda on Kenya tour, leaders tell Obama

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, who on July 6, 2015 led lawmakers in warning US President Barack Obama against promoting the gay agenda on his Kenya visit in July 2015. FILE PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE |

What you need to know:

  • National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi and four other lawmakers have cautioned US President Barrack Obama against asking Kenya to embrace same sex marriages.
  • Mr Muturi, Senator Lenny Kivuti, Embu Woman Representative Rose Mitar, MPs Charles Njagagua and Cecily Mbarire and Embu County Assembly Speaker Kariuki Mate say gay unions were against African culture.

  • But Mr Njagagua warned that President Obama would be ejected from the House if he lectured MPs on the topic.

  • Ms Mbarire urged the government to reject any aid if it was tied to legalising same-sex marriages.

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi and four other lawmakers have cautioned US President Barrack Obama against asking Kenya to embrace same-sex marriages.

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