We have received an exclusive footage of Kisumu based gays fighting over another man.
The visible deluded young boy is seen knocking on the Polyview apartment’s gate at wee hours threatening to report his allegedly ‘cheating’ gay patner to the police.
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In 2016, two petitions were filed by three Kenyan LGBT organisations: the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya and Nyanza, Rift Valley and Western Kenya Network.
In their petitions, the three LGBTQ organisations asked the court to declare sections of the Penal Code unconstitutional.
However, the Court ruled that Kenya’s Penal Code, which criminalises same-sex activity, will remain intact after a High Court judges rejected a petition calling for the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the country.
LGBT activists in Kenya were hopeful that their country would join an emerging trend in Africa.
The long-anticipated ruling in Kenya had drawn a large crowd to the Milimani High Court in Nairobi, with hundreds of people, mostly members of the local LGBT community and their allies, queuing to get in to the packed court room.
They were greatly disappointed by the negative ruling, while other Kenyans on Twitter expressed their excitement that the Court had decided to protect “morality”.
The unanimous decision of the three-judge bench as read out by Judge Charles Mwita was that:
the impugned provisions of the Penal Code are not vague and disclose an offence. The petitioners have failed to prove that the provisions are discriminatory. There is no evidence to show that the petitioners were discriminated and their rights violated as they sought healthcare.