In recent days, Nigeria has found itself embroiled in a contentious healthcare campaign that has ignited widespread concern among citizens. This initiative, propelled by the World Health Organization (WHO) and supported by UN allies, targets teenagers and seeks to combat the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) through mass vaccination.
Kenya unlike Nigeria, Uganda and Tanzania,has recently signed the EU-ACP treaty, now referred to as the Samoa Agreement. While international agreements can sometimes be beneficial, this particular agreement is deeply troubling. It actively promotes controversial values that run counter to our cherished Kenyan beliefs, and it is essential that we take action before it is too late.
The stakes have never been higher in our ongoing battle against the WHO Pandemic Treaty.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled yet another draft of this alarming proposal, aimed at becoming the primary tool for managing global health crises.
Something troubling is brewing in Uganda. Can you believe this?
The Miss Universe competition, a long-celebrated bastion of beauty and grace for women, is about to undergo a seismic shift.
Two transgender contestants, Marina Machete and Rikkie Kolle, winners of Miss Portugal and Miss Netherlands respectively, will be strutting their 100% biologically male bodies on that iconic stage.
The South African government has proposed legislation called the "General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill 2023" (GILAB). This bill grants sweeping powers to the State Security Agency (SSA) to probe and scrutinize individuals and institutions in the name of "national security."
Our right to express our Christian faith is at risk.
Every day, Christians are jeopardized for standing against LGBT or trans ideology, silenced on social media, or even barred from influencing the hypersexual education their children receive in schools.
Imagine being threatened with death because of something you said that others found offensive to their own beliefs?
Driven by your support, CitizenGO is fighting tooth and nail in trying to halt the proposed World Health Organization (WHO) Pandemic Treaty. Unfortunately, we cannot lower our guard yet...
It has come to our attention that the Top Scholar Health Education Grade 7 book contains inappropriate content which is meant to sexualize children. This is a matter of grave concern, as it directly affects the well-being and moral development of our young students.
UPDATE: The voting did not happen but is scheduled to be soon. We need this bill to be withdrawn immediately!
The rapid growth of social media platforms has brought both opportunities and challenges. One platform that has gained significant attention, especially among the youth, is TikTok.
While TikTok provides a space for creativity and self-expression, it has also become a source of concern due to its sexually provocative content.
Have you ever thought that the erosion of free expression is limited to repressive regimes? Think again. Shockingly, it is rampant even in the West.
A case that exemplifies this deeply troubling trend is that of Päivi Räsänen, a grandmother, medical doctor, and member of Finland's Parliament.
Thanks to the thousands of generous donations that enabled us to hire a top-tier lawyer to defend her, the civil order against Caroline Farrow has officially been dropped.
However, she still faces a significant challenge: the possibility of a criminal investigation.
Did you believe your deeply held Christian values were untouchable? That not even the most extreme LGBT activists would have the audacity to challenge them?
We regret having to shatter that comforting illusion...
They've crossed the line, and the repercussions are both far-reaching and deeply concerning.
Disney recently disclosed plans for its first-ever Pride Nite, scheduled for June in their parks in California and Paris. This is a step away from Disney's legacy as a place for pure, family-friendly fun.
The Family Protection Bill, proposed by Honourable Peter Kaluma, is a step in the right direction toward preserving the moral values and cultural identity of Kenya. The Bill aims to ban homosexuality, same-sex marriages, and any activities related to LGBTQ, which is a positive move to protect the family structure in the country.
The Children's Act of 2022, as currently written, is a deeply flawed piece of legislation. Despite its stated aim of protecting children in accordance with established Kenyan law, the Act includes provisions that are likely to put children at risk.
In the recent past, the bodies of several people have been discovered in the Yala River in Kenya. These incidents are just the latest in a series of extrajudicial killings that have been taking place in the country.
The United Nation’s World Health Organization (WHO) is trying to push through sweeping amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) that would give them unprecedented power to counter “misinformation and disinformation” in this country and all over the world.