Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit now says foreign Countries are pressurizing Africans to accept homosexuality and LGBTQ.
Speaking after paying a courtesy call to Uasin Gishu governor Jonathan Bii Ole Sapit called on the government to have a strong stand against LGBTQ, saying that the behavior is against the teachings of religion and African traditions
“This LGBTQ thing is something that I don’t agree with since I don’t know who is pushing it in Africa since it is common in the Western Nations who have put it in their law system. We won’t allow it,” Sapit said.
The ACK Archbishop called on Kenyans to follow and obey their culture and the word of God by not following or adapting to LGBTQ since it is the human arrangement and not Godly.
“Let us maintain our culture as Africans and follow what God’s word says that procreation is always between male and female but any other arrangement is not Godly,” noted Sapit.
He says Kenyans should join hands and say NO to what is not right and always impress what benefits each other.
Bishop Sapit is on his four-day visit tour in Eldoret to inspect development projects done by the church and to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Anglican church.
By Ann Kachalan