Will Kenya Be the First to Legalise Gay Sex in East Africa?
On May 24, 2019, Kenya may be the first East African country to decriminalize homosexuality if petitioners win a court challenge of the colonial-era law.
VOA, 21 May 2019
This Friday, Kenya's High Court is set to rule on a case challenging colonial-era laws that criminalize homosexuality. The petitioners want the court to declare those laws… Read more »
Capital FM, 22 May 2019
Kenya's High Court is on Friday expected to deliver a long-awaited ruling on whether to scrap colonial-era laws which criminalise homosexuality, a verdict that could have… Read more »
A majority decision of the Court of Appeal has held that human beings should not be denied their fundamental rights because of how they choose to live their lives, while ... Read more »
Homosexuality is taboo in the East African nation and persecution of sexual minorities is rife. Under sections of Kenya's penal code, gay sex - or "carnal knowledge against the ... Read more »