• They were led by the Chairman of the Imams in the region Abubakar Bini and Imam Abdiaziz Muhammed.
Muslims in Eldoret have taken to the street to protest against the recent Supreme Court ruling allowing the registration of LGBTQ organisations.
The Muslims poured into the streets with banners bearing writings to oppose the court ruling which they termed as an attempt to legalise LGBTQ organisations.
They were led by the Chairman of the Imams in the region Abubakar Bini and Imam Abdiaziz Muhammed.
"We are completely opposed to any attempts to introduce such behaviour in the country. That is immoral and goes against our culture and traditions," said Bini.
He said both the Bible and Quran are clearly against anything to do with LGBTQ or any other forms of immorality.
Bini said they want a review of the court ruling and urged President William Ruto to intervene and ensure the ruling is removed from the judicial system.
Bini criticised the judges for going against the wishes of Kenyans and ignoring the country's norms and traditions.
Bini said they fully support the bill taken to parliament by Nyali MP Mohammed Ali to stop any form of discussions on LGBTQ.
Imam Abdiaziz said they would intensify the protests until their wishes are respected by the government and courts.