Kikuyu elders dared Obama to talk about gays

Kikuyu council of elders warn obama on gay talk
A member of the Kikuyu Council of Elders at a past function

The Kikuyu Council of Elders has dared the United States of America President Barrack Obama to push for same sex marriages during his maiden visit to Kenya late this month.

In a statement, senior council’s chairman Samuel Mwangi Thoita in Thika, the elders  called on Obama to desist from making any statements which could disturb the prevailing peace in the country especially on emotive issues of gayism and lesbianism.

Mwangi added that it would be wrong for Obama to make such utterances whether in his own capacity or on behalf of a certain group as the act goes against both religious and African traditional values which do not recognize same sex marriage.

The chairman pointed out that the church and the Kenyan constitution recognizes and acknowledges a family unit as a basis of a stable society and by allowing such unions means going against the societal norms.

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