DESTINY for Africa Network founder Obadiah Musindo has threatened to mobilise the Christian community to vote against the draft constitution if the charter did not make clear its stance on homosexuality.
REPORT BY KUPAKWASHE MAKONYE OWN CORRESPONDENT
Musindo, who attended the just-ended Second All-Stakeholders’ Conference as a Zanu PF delegate, also threatened to have Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (Galz) banned for promoting the practice. He said the draft constitution should explicitly outlaw homosexuality instead of just being silent over the matter.
“There were disagreements in the thematic committee pertaining to the issue and how can you involve the issue of homosexuality on human rights when the practice itself is inhuman. We are going to approach the High Court and Supreme Court for the banning of Galz,” Musindo said.
He insisted that if the document was taken to Parliament as it is and was endorsed, he would mobilise the Christian community to reject it.
“In my view, some members in Copac are financed by people who support homosexuality and they are very afraid of their financiers,” said Musindo.