Pastor Dorcas Rigathi Stands Firm Against LGBTQ Advocacy: A Closer Look – In recent developments, Pastor Dorcas Rigathi’s official Facebook page has been deactivated by Meta due to her unwavering stance against LGBTQ rights.
Speaking passionately in Kwale County, the spouse of the Deputy President, Pastor Rigathi, declared her commitment to maintaining her stand against LGBTQ, despite facing opposition.
During an event in Kwale County, where 348 youth from Mombasa County were placed in rehabilitation centers, Pastor Dorcas Rigathi reiterated her clear position on LGBTQ issues. She emphasized that her stand is rooted in both constitutional principles and cultural beliefs, asserting that marriage, according to God’s design, is between a man and a woman.
Rigathi firmly stated, “I stand for what God wants us to do. Constitutionally, it is a marriage between a man and a woman, not a man and a man, or woman and woman. Our culture also says no to LGBTQ. And that is my conviction and that is what my God has said.”
In response to her Facebook page deactivation, Pastor Rigathi expressed her unwavering commitment, declaring, “I will not be cowed to change my stand on LGBTQ.” Despite the challenges, she remains resolute in her fight against what she considers a societal vice.
During the launch of the book “Jesus’ Africa” by Pastor Patience Museveni, the daughter of President Yoweri Museveni, Rigathi reinforced her perspective on LGBTQ, insisting that Africa, as a continent, is not ready to legalize it. She boldly asserted that Africa would rather miss out on trade with nations advocating for LGBTQ rights than compromise its values by endorsing the vice.
While Pastor Dorcas Rigathi faces opposition for her strong stance, she remains steadfast in her convictions, drawing from both constitutional and religious principles.
The situation brings to light the ongoing debate surrounding LGBTQ rights in various parts of the world and the clash between cultural, religious, and evolving societal norms.