Kikuyu elders back Bishop Ole Sapit’s snub of London event over homosexuality
SEE ALSO: Elder: Central Kenya risks losing powerChairman of the cultural association Muraya Gatundu said the youth should be assisted to acquire the right information. "There is a need to raise alarm to safeguard the future. Homosexuality is here with us thus need to deal with lesbians and gays, "said Muraya. Muraya said the Council members will start visiting schools to educate the youth over the dangers of engaging in homosexuality. "In partnership with school administrations, the council has drawn a road map to reach the youth in schools and colleges. The purpose is to educate youth over the impending dangers should advocate anti-social behaviours," said Muraya.
SEE ALSO: Kikuyu elders call for BBI supportA leader in the women wing of the council of elders Mercy Kimwe said mothers are worried over the penetration of homosexuality in Central Kenya. "The church has led the way which should be followed by others to installed discipline in the community, "said Kimwe. At the conference, the bishops are allowed to attend alongside their spouses. Sapit speaking in Kirianyaga County early this year said he would not attend Lambeth Conference as some of the attendances supported gay marriage.
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