Nyali MP Mohamed Ali Pokes Holes Into Supreme Court LGBTQ Ruling

Nyali Member of Parliament, Mohamed Ali, has condemned the Supreme Court ruling that rejected an application filed by Homabay Town MP Peter Kaluma challenging a prior decision affirming the right of the LGBTQ community to association.

The MP on Wednesday, accused foreign powers of having a hand in the case and advancing the same sex agenda in Kenya.

”I strongly condemn the Supreme Court’s ruling and will stand by the people of Kenya to protect our values, traditions, religions and Laws that will not be dictated by foreign players,” noted MP Mohamed Ali.

The Nyali MP said that the ruling will be the beginning of erosion of family moral foundations  that define the nation in terms of faith and culture.

The front view of the Judiciary building in Nairobi, Kenya.


Judiciary of Kenya

”I must say that we are sadly witnessing the beginning of the erosion of Family and Moral Foundations in Kenya Society and the weakening of the moral compass and our intrinsic values as a Godly nation,” stated MP Ali.

He further stated that the constitution criminalizes homosexuality which all Kenyans ought to adhere to.

The MP stated that the country should avoid moving away from straying away from family values.

Mohamed Ali made clear of his stand against the ruling by condemning it and saying he will stand by the Kenyan people in protecting their  values, traditions, religions.

While claiming that the ruling and conversation around LGBTQ rights are being sponsored by foreign powers, Mohamed Ali said he and like minded individuals will not allow the country’s beliefs to be altered by others.

‘’Where Faith’s Decree is strong & Clear, No Mortal Soul should Interfere, What Faith deems as True and Just, no Human Judgement should EVER Adjust,’’ stated Ali.

Previously the NGO Coordinating Board refused to register the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC) to register as a group, which was thrown out by the courts.

LGBTQ Community protest in Nairobi, Kenya on Thursday, January 13, 2022.


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