The Anglican Church has faulted the court judgment saying it goes against Christian and Muslim teachings. Dr Wabukala, who was officiating a workshop for mother’s Union executive committee members, said that the ruling also went contrary to the Constitution Kenyans had passed. He was quoted as saying:
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“The judgement was made on very narrow considerations and it is not only against Christianity but also against the Muslim teachings and traditions”
The Archibishop urged the Registrar of Societies not to honor the court order to register an umbrella organization for g@ys and lesb!ans.
He said even our rich African traditions recognize a family unit as that of a man and woman.
“The church supports a family unit and the society at large. Families can only be formed through the right family unit.
“Any law that goes against the family values is naïve and should not be allowed in any country…”