By Innocent Oyori
As a nation i strongly feel that we are loosing track and wavering on our constitutional resolve not to have a state religion, we have no religious obligation telling homosexuals, (gays and lesbians) what to do, lets leave this moral obligation to the church.. We must remain a secular state and give freedom to every law abiding citizen, criminalising gayism and lesbianism is opening a new chapter in human rights abuse and if we continue with this path people will soon be banished and punished by state on false allegations of being gay.
People Like Miguna Miguna , you and I might be denied our fundamental rights, and our rights violated on connivance by the state and the state police on suspicion of being gay.
I know our people decided that we will not legalise gay marriage considering our societal and cultural fundamentals but gayism and lesbianism should be judged alongside other vices like teenage sex, prostitution, drug abuse that emanate from moral decadence. As much as my sound mind supports the natural order of cohabitation, my opinion is that the state’s continued condemnation of this matter is raising a homophobic lot and our country will in the end be teeming with mob lynching and killings.
Just leave the topic to priests and pastors…