Kenya’s censorship chief says Western children are paid for being gay


The head of Kenya’s censorship bureau has claimed that charities are paying young people £22,000 each for ‘becoming’ gay. The surreal claim comes from Dr Ezekiel Mutua of the Kenya Film Classification Board, who is known for radical anti-LGBT views. “There are foreign NGOs [non-governmental organizations] in Kisumu and Kakamega which move to the villages to manipulate our poor innocent youth with ‘big money’ of up to Sh3 million (£22,000) for them to engage in this wicked act,” he told the local press. He does not believe that people are born gay, he thinks that the NGOs encourage people for it in Western countries and it works — most European societies think homosexuality is okay, so the organizations moved further and focused on countries like Kenya, where being gay is still unacceptable. Mutua added that he would rather lose his job than tone down his anti-LGBT rhetoric. Mutua also repeated claims that gay men “end up in diapers because they have been ‘destroyed’ by their fellow men”, adding: “It is high time we stopped this Westernised and good-for-nothing practice.”


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