OPINION: Why the West is Imposing Homosexuality on Africa

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Numbers don’t lie and a report by the World Economic Forum written by a senior writer John Mckenna in 2017, based on data collected by UNICEF in 2013, indicates that the future is African. And that Africa could be the next economic powerhouse.

UNICEF notes Africa’s soaring population, technology, and improvement in infrastructure, health, and education indicate thst Africa is growing at a tremedously fast rate. About 93% of Africans have access to mobile phone services, 63% piped water, 65% electricity, and 54% tarred / paved roads, 30% sewerage. 

“By 2030 one in five people will be African, combine its soaring population with technology, improvements in infrastructure, health and education, will see Africa as the next economic powerhouse,” said Mckenna. 

According to the UNICEF report of 2013, Department of Economic Social Affairs, between 2015-2050, Africa will add 1.3 billion people more than doubling the current population. Africa will account for more than half (54%) of the 2.4 billion global population growth in coming decades.

”2 billion babies will be born in Africa over the next 33 years, the high fertility rate, improving child survival rates by 2050, a 40% of the under-fives, more than a third of all children under 18 will be African, yet in 1950 only 10% of the worlds were Africans,” UNICEF reports.

The above figures are predicting and projecting Africa’s changing trends not only economically, socially but also technologically. 

It is on this basis that the global West is trying to diminish Africa’s population by introducing homosexuality which will curb Africa’s population growth and its develpoment. 

One does not need rocket science to understand the full blast force of the West’s desire in controlling Africans, from growing and becoming fully independent.

From slavery, colonialism to plundering Africa’s resources, to inciting African countries against each other, to homosexuality, the West has tried it’s best to  keep Africa backward and underdeveloped.

However, Africans are standing united and saying enough is enough to the colonizers. The introduction and promotion of homosexuality has been  the last straw on the camels back and has been fought by Africans all over the continent.

African leaders and MPs of the African Parliamentary recently visited Uganda, to show solidarity against the vice and thank President Museveni and his Parliament for passing the anti- gay bill.

”We are grateful for Uganda’s President and parliament for tabling and passing the bill in these very hard times. Uganda stood up against this ungodly vice that wants to see us dwindle in number for the West to easily govern us, but we will not let it happen,” an African MP stated.

The move, according to the African representatives, has solidified Africa’s stance against homosexuality and Western interference on the continent.

Africa and Africans will continue to uphold African values dictated by morals and procreation. Procreation can only be achieved by a man and a woman not a man and a man, or a woman and a woman.

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