Archbishop Ole Sapit aks western nations to stop pushing LGBTQ down the throats of Kenyans
Anglican Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit is asking western nations to stop pushing LGBTQ down the throats of Kenyans and other africans.
He said although the western nations had made LQBTQ part of their lives and even the law it was wrong for them to push the same to other regions where it was not welcome.
“We know God created mankind to procreate and bear children through man and woman relationship but not through any unacceptable means”, said Sapit.
He said LQBTQ was not Godly and a creation of some evil human beings.
“I urge that as Kenyans we continue to respect our cultures and believes and avoid being misled into foreign behaviour”, said Sapit.
He said LQBTQ was now a major concern for Kenyans especially parents.
He was speaking in Eldoret when he paid a courtesy call on Governor of Uasin Gishu Jonathan Bii. Present also were deputy govenor John Barorot and ACK Bishop of Eldoret Stephen Ruto.
Sapit is in Eldoret to attend the 40th anniversary since the establishment of the ACK Eldoret diocese.
Bii said they respected the Archbishop for his unwavering stand on many matters.
“We remember the courage you took to pray at Bomas during elections and after that peace prevailed.
He urged the Archbishop to pray over joblessness in the region and other issues affecting Kenyans.
Sapit delivered a short surmon and offered prayers outside the county headquarters.