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Will lobbyists manage to alter Kenya's firm stand on gays?

OPINION

Kenyans would not boldly speak out on matters relating to homosexuality for the fear of the cost of exposure

Kenyans should rise up against all forms of segregation

Kenyans should rise up against all forms of segregation

Kenyans of goodwill should come together to strongly condemn the divisive political undertones creating an atmosphere of hostility and uncertainty in the country.

Eric Wanjohi | 5 years ago

Anal examination on homosexuals lawful, judge maintains

Suspects can be forced to undergo examinations to determine if they have engaged in homosexuality which is a crime, a court has ruled.

Willis Oketch | 5 years ago

No one forced suspected gay men to undergo anal tests, says DPP Tobiko

The State has asked the court to dismiss a petition by two men seeking to declare anal examination and evidence derived from the procedure unconstitutional.

Willis Oketch | 5 years ago

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