Kaluma’s Bill seeks to criminalise gay relations


Citizens will be free to apprehend individuals identifying as homosexuals if the Family Protection Bill becomes law. The Bill sponsored by Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma proposes that homosexuals will have limitations in their rights to privacy, assemble, demonstrate and picket. “Those gay prides will never happen here when we pass the law,” said Kaluma. The MP says the proposed law will allow persons to budge into other people’s privacy either in hotels or residential areas if there are signs that a person is a homosexual. “We give the citizens’ rights to undertake a search in your property and arrest… If we don’t give the citizens the liberty to undertake arrest and action this thing will continue,” he added.

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