KENYA HIGHT COURT RULES AGAINST

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By Reuben Githinji THE High Court ruling that gave the green light to a gays and lesbians organisation to register an NGO to fight for their rights has been criticised.  An Embu county leader yesterday said the decision is unconstitutional. He said the court cannot purport to grant such a right which violates the rights of others.  MORE ON THIS Kenya Hight Court Blasted Over Ruling on Gays  Constitution Needs a Review - Mbura Two MPs Rail Against Gay Lobbies Elders and Ahadi Boss Oppose Gay Group Ruling Leader Against Gay Association Kenya Court Rules in Favour of Gay Rights Association  National Gay and Lesbian Body Wins Recognitio... Attorney General Slams Court Approval of Gay NGO Appeal Launched Against Court Ruling on Same... MPs Want AG to Appeal High Court Ruling on... Former Runyenjes Mayor Justine Gitonga said the ruling will be misinterpreted by those with little understanding of the law.  He said the majority of Kenyans are Christians who cannot be swayed by teachings that go contrary to their belief.  "I am urging all the members of the National Assembly to change laws that encourage immorality," Gitonga said.  He said the constitution must be followed to the letter to avoid situations where the public is misled by people with evil intentions.  The ruling was given by Judges Isaac Lenaola among others.

By Reuben Githinji THE High Court ruling that gave the green light to a gays and lesbians organisation to register an NGO to fight for their rights has been criticised. An Embu county leader yesterday said the decision is unconstitutional. He said the court cannot purport to grant such a right which violates the rights of others. MORE ON THIS Kenya Hight Court Blasted Over Ruling on Gays Constitution Needs a Review - Mbura Two MPs Rail Against Gay Lobbies Elders and Ahadi Boss Oppose Gay Group Ruling Leader Against Gay Association Kenya Court Rules in Favour of Gay Rights Association National Gay and Lesbian Body Wins Recognitio... Attorney General Slams Court Approval of Gay NGO Appeal Launched Against Court Ruling on Same... MPs Want AG to Appeal High Court Ruling on... Former Runyenjes Mayor Justine Gitonga said the ruling will be misinterpreted by those with little understanding of the law. He said the majority of Kenyans are Christians who cannot be swayed by teachings that go contrary to their belief. "I am urging all the members of the National Assembly to change laws that encourage immorality," Gitonga said. He said the constitution must be followed to the letter to avoid situations where the public is misled by people with evil intentions. The ruling was given by Judges Isaac Lenaola among others.

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