Homosexuality on the rise in Nakuru universities, colleges
28 April 2016, 12:14
Nakuru - Same sex relationships are on the rise among students in Nakuru universities and colleges.
According to Pastor Washington Akala, a counselor and HIV/AIDS trainer, most students are secretly engaging in same sex relations in a bid to make quick money.
Speaking during a training for reformed gays and lesbians in Nakuru town, Akala said that students from rich families are the most affected.
He added that most gay and lesbian students are lured into the acts by rich sugar daddies and mommies who use money as a bait.
"What is happening in our colleges is saddening because there are so many young and innocent students who are being lured into same sex relationships and this is happening in almost all our campuses," lamented Akala.
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"These students are money hungry and they are being lured into this habit with money," he said.
Akala, who is also a police officer said that the students have a broad network from which they communicate and coordinate their activities. He added that the gay students even hold weekly meetings in posh hotels in Nakuru town where they also meet their clients.
He called on university administrations to come up with ways of dealing with the vice that he termed satanic.
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