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Catholic Activists Want TikTok’s “sexually provocative” Content Banned in Kenya

Sep 26, 2023

Catholic activists in Africa under their umbrella organization, CitizenGO Africa are calling upon the Kenyan government to ban sexually provocative content on TikTok, a social media platform that has gained rootedness in the East African nation, especially among the youth.

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Catholic Activists Demand Ban of Book Promoting “premature sexualization” in Kenya

Sep 12, 2023

Catholic activists in Africa under their umbrella organization, CitizenGO Africa, are calling on the Cabinet Secretary (CS) for the Ministry of Education (MoE) in Kenya to ban a primary school textbook that they say seeks to foster “premature sexualization” of school-going children in the East African nation.

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“They call us criminals”: Catholic Pro-life Activists in Africa Decry Worldwide Arrests

Mar 29, 2023

Pro-lifers around the world are being arrested and detained unfairly for expressing their opinions on family values, activists in Africa under their umbrella organization, CitizenGO Africa, have said.

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Vote against UN Attempt to Legalize “safe abortion”: Catholic Activists to African Nations

Sep 3, 2022

Catholic social activists across Africa under their umbrella association, CitizenGo Africa, are calling on nations on the continent to vote against "safe abortion" as fronted in one of the agenda of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). 

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Catholic Activists Urge UN to Omit Abortion, Contraceptives in Climate Change Conference

Mar 7, 2022

Officials of CitizenGo Africa, the African branch of the International Catholic entity of social activists, have expressed their “disbelief” at the alleged inclusion of abortion, contraceptives and the sexualization of children as part of “solutions to climate change” proposed for the 2022 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW66).

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International Catholic Entity Demands Justice after Death of Two Sets of Brothers in Kenya

Aug 16, 2021

An international Catholic activist organization has launched an online campaign to compel the government of the East African country to grant justice to families that have lost their members in suspected extra-judicial killings and acts of banditry in the country.