Stop Kenya Rugby Tournaments from instituting 24 hours only "marriages"

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Stop Kenya Rugby Tournaments from instituting 24 hours only "marriages"

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Stop Kenya Rugby Tournaments from instituting 24 hours only "marriages"

Kenya's rugby teams have been notorious in allowing all sorts of immorality during their games. The latest is the institution of 24 hours only "marriages" instituted by a fake priest, a one Mr. Fidel Castro who prides in the ridiculous activity.

Two weeks ago at the Prinsloo Sevens Rugby tournament in Nakuru a major town in Kenya, fans were  afforded the privilege of getting married, albeit for 24 hours only.Imitating a priest, one Mr Fidel Castro, led the couples in reciting their "wedding vows" before issuing them with specially printed certificate.He also provided the newly weds with wedding rings that licensed them to enjoy "matrimonial bliss" throughout the tournament.

Mr Castro told Nairobi News on Monday that he solemnised at least 120 marriages during the two day sevens rugby tournament. Couples were required to give a Sh150 offertory for the marriage certificate and Sh100 for the ring.

 Couples could then engage in  benefits of marriage without carrying any baggage after the expiry of the deadline including sex. This by itself degrades the instution of marriage and is a mockery to the institution. According to reports, those that engaged in the fake marriages would not have known each other and were not obliged to have any responsibilty over each other after the 24 hours expiry.

Such a ritual would open a pandoras box to many evils including homosexuality, sexual permissiveness, pregnacies, contraception consumption etc. The participants are mainly teenagers who are mostly ignorant of repurcussions of their activities.

Previously, Kenyan Rugby Tournaments have been synonymous to free sex, alcohol & drug abuse and scanty dressing. We are very proud of the Kenyan Rugby team for the far they have soared while flying the Kenyan Flag but they can't allow their events to be home to evil, mischief and mockery of very vital societal norms.

Sign this petition asking the Board Chairman of the Kenyan Rugby Union to ban the 24 hour fake "marriages" being instituted by one Mr. Fidel Castro 


For More Information

http://allafrica.com/stories/201709260620.html

https://kenyannews.co.ke/news/fans-celebrate-24-hour-marriages-at-nax-ve...

http://allafrica.com/stories/201407071657.html

 

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STOP KENYAN RUGBY TOURNAMENTS FROM MOCKING MARRIAGE

Dear Mr. Richard Omwela,

We write this petition urging you to ban fake 24 hours "marriages" that are instuted during rugby tournaments where participants are allowed to enjoy previliges only allowed to legally married couples that include among others , sex.

The unfortunate ceremonies have seen hundreds of youth being involved!Two weeks ago at the Prinsloo Sevens Rugby tournament in Nakuru a major town in Kenya, fans were  afforded the privilege of getting married, albeit for 24 hours only.Imitating a priest, one Mr Fidel Castro, led the couples in reciting their "wedding vows" before issuing them with specially printed certificate.He also provided the newly weds with wedding rings that licensed them to enjoy "matrimonial bliss" throughout the tournament.

Previously, Kenyan Rugby Games have been synonymous to free sex, alcohol & drug abuse and scanty dressing. We are very proud of the Kenyan Rugby team for the far they have soared while flying the Kenyan Flag but they can't allow their events to be home to evil, mischief and mockery of very vital societal norms.

Kindly act urgently!


Sincerely,
[Your Name]

Stop Kenya Rugby Tournaments from instituting 24 hours only "marriages"

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