Kenya losing over Sh100 billion annually in LGBT discrimination

Discrimination against sexual minorities in Kenya is costing the country up to $1.3 billion (Over Sh100 billion) annually, a report by a coalition of global businesses said, attributing the losses to missed tourism earnings, poor health and less employment of LGBT+ people.

The report by Open For Business - an alliance of big companies including tech companies Google and Microsoft and Deutsche Bank - estimated anti-gay attitudes were shaving off up to 1.7 percent of Kenya’s annual gross domestic product (GDP).

“A lot of the conversations on LGBT inclusion across the world are based on people’s perceptions, rather than facts,” Yvonne Muthoni, Kenya programme director at Open For Business, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.



Basi wacha hio 1.3b ikae

We lose a third of the 3 trillion budget to corruption, 100 billion for anal fookers is petty cash.

rudi shimo umetoka.

so true. Nail on tha head

Homosexual bado hujakufa

Why are hetero so engrossed and offended about something they ain’t part off?

Unaona Matiangi ako na pawas za kusema oriah ni 500 pekee Kenya mzima

That law walipitisha unconstitutional. Tuko over 5M

Villagers Ignore the homosexual chieth saitan threads

Luwere luwere nyasaye akulinde Kasia