Africa: Ban the homosexual "I am Samuel " Film

PETITION TO AFRICAN FILM BOARDS

 

Africa: Ban the homosexual "I am Samuel " Film

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Africa: Ban the homosexual "I am Samuel " Film

Last month, the Kenya Film Classification Board banned a very controversial film titled "I am Samuel" whose main agenda was to push for homosexuality in the country.

Now, frustrated film producers whose agenda to indoctrinate on gender ideology are now pushing this across other African countries.

The film which can not be watched in Kenya currently is pushing for anti-family agenda and a continent whose laws are so pro-family.

With this petition, we ask all the African Film Boards to ask to ban the film from being watched in their respective countries as soon as possible.


More information

Kenya bans gay film:- https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/09/27/kenya-gay-film-documentary-i-am-sa...

Producers now want gay film watched in Africa:-https://www.the-star.co.ke/sasa/2021-10-13-banned-kenyan-gay-film-set-to-be-streamed-across-africa/

 

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Ban anti-family film

Dear African Film Boards,

This is a very urgent appeal for you to ban the gay film "I am Samuel" which was produced in Kenya but all banned in Kenya.

This film was produced with a clear agenda which is to push for gender ideology.

African countries have very strict laws when it comes to family and it was no surprise that this film was banned in Kenya.

But these anti-family activists are not giving up, they now want to secretly sneak this movie to other African countries behind the approval of the film boards.

Kindly take quick action and defend our society from indoctrination, ban this film in the entire of Africa

[Your Name]

Africa: Ban the homosexual "I am Samuel " Film

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