Kenya Muslim National Advisory Council (KEMNAC) has called for the criminalization of Gay rights activism saying anyone championing homosexuality rights is propagating evil in the society.
Speaking at a press conference in Mombasa, (KEMNAC) officials challenged President Ruto’s administration to dissolve the Apex Court and also fire the three Supreme Court judges who ruled in favor LGBTQ communities’ call of having Right to Freedom of Association, which includes the right to form an association of any kind in Kenya.
Sheikh Juma Ngao said the move will be a testimony to the world that the government is against the registration of the association in the country.
The cleric further issued a 30-day ultimatum to the government to dissolve the Apex court for allowing the formation of a lobby group for the LGBTQ people.
Ngao said if the government fails to meet their demand after the expiry of the 30-day notice they will be forced to go back to the drawing board to chart the way forward.
Ngao wondered how the Apex court under this government could allow the registration of an association for the LGBTQ people in the country.
Ngao argued the Apex court during the previous regime never allowed the registration of the association of LGBTQ people in the country.
His sentiments were echoed by (KEMNAC) Vice-Chair, Sheikh Abubakar Amin,Ustadh Swaleh Mwinyi and Sheikh Juma Ali Nzai who said no religion in the world allows gay unions or lesbianism.