5,000 Kenyans Vow To Strip Naked In Protest To Obama’s “Aggressive” Support for Homosexuality
The Republican Liberty Party, a Kenyan political party has planned a peaceful protest that will see approximately 5,000 men and women protest ahead Of Obama’s visit as an opposition to his same sex marriage rights campaign on June 22 & 23.
“We will have nothing on us, not even bras, panties or socks. This will show how detailed our private parts differ between the two sexes and show God’s original intention on what part should be used on which part, ” Vincent Kidala the Republican Liberty Party Leader said.
Kidala has confirmed the validity of a letter (see below), which has been circulating on social media. “The procession shall be carried out by approximately 5,000 totally naked men and women to protest over Obama’s open and aggressive support for homosexuality,” read the letter.
Kidala also told Kenyan media that his party will hire a “network of prostitutes” in order to reach the expected goal of 5,000 people, as very few women have agreed to take part.
Many Kenyan activists have opposed gay and lesbian rights and warned President Obama not to speak about these issues when he returns to his roots for the first time as the U.S. President this weekend.
Gay sex is illegal in Kenya and punishable up to 14 years in prison. Obama’s visit to Kenya has stirred up so much controversy and upcoming politicians are using such an opportunity to make a name for themselves.