Tuesday, June 18, 2024

PF Presidential candidate calls on women and Church to condemn homosexuality movements in Zambia

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Patriotic Front (PF) presidential candidate, Brian Mundubile, has called on women and the Church to speak out against movements promoting homosexuality in Zambia. Speaking during a church service at the United Church of Zambia Galilee Congregation in Kamanga Township on Sunday, Mundubile described such practices as abominable and incompatible with Zambian culture and Christian values.

Mundubile urged women with capacity and influence to rise to the occasion and reject any attempts to promote homosexuality. He called on the Church to be strong and tell the government that the Zambian people do not want to see such a taboo become normalized in their society.

“We are seeing things in which people have risen and that they want to bring culture which is un-Zambian. Women of capacity and influence must rise to the occasion and say no to these abominable acts,” he said.

Mundubile emphasized the important role that women play in society, calling on them to be prayer warriors for the nation and to continue impacting society in positive ways.

“Let women be prayer warriors, not only for the Church and families but for the nation. May our women continue to be a symbol of love and peace,” he said.

Homosexuality remains a highly controversial issue in Zambia, with many religious leaders and conservative politicians condemning it as a violation of traditional values and morality. The country’s Penal Code criminalizes homosexuality, and those found guilty can face up to 14 years in prison.

Mundubile’s remarks are likely to resonate with many Zambians who hold similar views on homosexuality. However, they have also sparked criticism from human rights activists who argue that all individuals should have the right to love who they choose without fear of discrimination or persecution.

12 COMMENTS

  1. Find something else to talk about
    this is cheap politics !!
    Didnt your God make all in his image ?
    Understand that before blah blahing

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  2. It is one of the conditions imf gave that f00Iish boy hh. I miss ecl. He wouldn’t have allowed this dirt in our country. The president must be gay to allow this

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  3. Mundubile people’s private life is not you business.
    What has gay people ever done to you. I bet you cannot give even one instance.
    Most of you so called christian’s are just hate peddlers.
    As @Tikki says, this is cheap politics.

  4. There is nothing controversial about homosexuality.
    1. It is an unnatural act.
    2. It is an abomination before God.
    3. It’s against the law.
    God having made man in his image makes the sin even more abominable. It is not do different from bestiality. Both are unnatural and contrary to nature.

    • Well put kanabesa.
      If everyone living on the face of the earth was to become exclusively homosexual, the human race will be wiped out in no time at all. That just supports point 1 above.
      And if you think of animals, they don’t go for the same sex and yet they are not in a position to reflect God’s qualities.

  5. This has nothing to do with people’s private lives at has to do with unnatural acts.
    Those that support this lifestyle, are you saying sleeping with animals un the privacy of one’s home is ok? After all its non of your business right? Freinds, we all know there is everything wrong with this lifestyle. No amount of advocacy will change its morality. Morality does not depend on what we say, but the standard against which it is measured. That’s where we must begin. I know there are some on this blog living this lifestyle. I do not condemn you. But what you are doing is wrong, its unnatural. Get help!

  6. THIS GUY HAS SOLD THE COUNTRY THE COUNTRY. KAMALA HARRIS IS COMING TO CEMENT THE LGBTQ IN ZAMBIA. THERE IS NO TRADE AT ALL.
    HH CAN WE TRUST YOU AGAIN??

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