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Pope Francis and Legalized Sodomy in Africa (Quo Vadis, Pope Francis? Part 237)

This South Sudanese government official knows more about nature, sex and God’s intent than Pope Francis does. Michael Mukei is against legalized sodomy, while Pope Francis is in favor of same-sex civil unions.


Mukei takes Pope Francis back to basics:

* God created man and woman.

* God told them to marry and fill the world.

* Same-sex partners do not give birth.


By his stance, Pope Francis is participating in the ideological colonization of Africa by the West, focusing on imposing acceptance of LGBT. It is right for Mukei, and Africa, to resist the Pope to his face.


‘We will say no’ to legalized sodomy: African politician objects to Pope’s remarks before visit


'If he [Pope Francis] is coming here and he tells us that marriage of the same-sex, homosexuality is legal, we will say no,' South Sudan's Information, Communication, Technology, and Postal Services Minister said.



Michael Mukuei Lueth serves as the head of Information, Communication, and Postal Service in South Sudan.


A high-ranking South Sudanese cabinet member said his country will resist Pope Francis to his face if the pontiff urges them to decriminalize homosexual behavior during his visit to the embattled nation this week.


“If he [Pope Francis] is coming here and he tells us that marriage of the same-sex, homosexuality is legal, we will say no,” Michael Makuei Lueth said at a press conference Friday, January 27, according to Radio Tamazuj, a South Sudanese broadcasting company.

Mukei serves as the head of Information, Communication, and Postal Service for the landlocked, Christian-majority nation, where same-sex “marriage” remains outlawed and homosexual behavior punishable with up to 14 years’ imprisonment.


The 86-year-old Bishop of Rome is scheduled for a trip to South Sudan as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo from Tuesday, January 31 to Sunday, February 5. He will be joined by Anglican primate Justin Welby and a representative of the Presbyterian community in Scotland. The Vatican previously hosted the heads of South Sudan’s rival factions in April 2019, when Francis infamously kissed their feet.



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