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Prominent Pan-Africanist Ayo Kimathi Warns Against Potential Impact Of Bobi Wine & Malema Presidencies On Africa’s Fight Against LGBTQ, Calls For Unity To Protect African Children

Prominent Pan-Africanist Ayo Kimathi Warns Against Potential Impact Of Bobi Wine & Malema Presidencies On Africa’s Fight Against LGBTQ, Calls For Unity To Protect African Children

By PAP Admin

On 15, March 2024, Fairway Hotel in Kampala became the epicenter of intellectual discourse as global scholars, activists, and Pan-Africanists gathered to welcome Ayo Kimathi, a renowned brain in the realms of Pan-Africanism, social architecture, and activism.

Hailing from Washington DC,USA, Kimathi arrived in Kampala on Thursday morning and delivered a lecture on Friday at the Pan-African Pyramid, the people’s Pan African Parliament chaired by Speaker Andrew Irumba Katusabe.

Kimathi, a giant in the pan-Africanism movement, his impassioned rhetoric and unwavering commitment to the continent’s liberation have earned him both admiration and controvers.

The Friday debate delved into discussions under the topic: “21st Century African Renaissance & Awakening vs LGBTQ Assault on Africa” with Kimathi as the main speaker alongside other diverse speakers from various backgrounds shared unique perspectives and insights during this engaging event at Fairway Hotel in Kampala.

Fairway Hotel’s Tree Top conference room was filled to capacity with hundreds of attendees eager to participate in the exchange of ideas and ideologies concerning Africa’s historical struggles, contemporary challenges, cultural heritage, economic development, and political sovereignty.

Kimathi attracted ululations, applause and cheers as he addressed a fully charged audience from various universities, including Makerere, Victoria and Kyambogo Universities.

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Ayo Kimathi called upon them to envision a future where Africa stands united, empowered, and liberated from the shackles of colonial legacy particularly emphasizing the issue of homosexuality.

Kimathi emphasized the importance of recognizing and addressing the struggles faced by African communities worldwide. His raw emotion and unwavering dedication left a lasting impact on Ugandans who were present, urging them to embrace their heritage and fight against divisive forces.

During his unapologetic speech, Kimathi mocked Bobi Wine’s alleged support for LGBTQ Rights when he reportedly attended a gay conference in Maryland, USA, stating that Bibi Wine, just like Julius MALEMA, sold his soul to gain financial support. He also highlighted external influences on African affairs, particularly regarding LGBTQ rights. He shared his opposition to agendas promoting homosexuality in Africa, stressing the need to defend African interests and resist foreign ideologies.

Kimathi also stripped off late Nelson Mandela whom he accused of selling his people in exchange for power and his release from prison. “Mandela handed over the Country to LGBTQ way back. No wonder the headquarters of gays for Africa are in South Africa,” he said. He also urged South Africa not to vote Malema in order to save themselves from LGBTQ, whom he said are his funders.

Speaker Irumba Katusabe, the PAP speaker took to the stage and gave a message of hope and urged Africans not to sake their souls to the White man. He emphasized the importance of individual bravery in confronting societal challenges and using technology as a tool for positive change. Irumba called upon African Africans to speak truth to power.

While addressing issues of gender identity and societal norms, Irumba noted that the so called minority group should not claim any Human Rights while doing Human Wrongs, because the Rights are meant for Human beings-Man and woman ONLY.

With Free Entrance, PAP Debates happen every Friday at Fairway Hotel Kampala from 5 pm-8 pm and a recorded version of the show is broadcast on NBS Television every Saturday from 4pm-5pm and repeats.

But Who Is Ayo Kimathi (The Irritated Genie of Soufees)?

Born and raised in Washington, D.C. on December 2, 1973, and seeing how the blacks were being segregated at different levels within the communities, Ayo Kimathi got irritated, developed a thick skin around him and became interested in Black history and racial politics in order to defend the black community, hence his title, “Irritated Genie of Soufeese.” Ayo is the International spokesperson of the Black Straight Movement based in Washington DC, formed to fight and defend the Rights of the Black people in America and globally.

The controversial Black Rights Advocate, Ayo Kimathis’s website at one time endorsed the killing of Whites and “Black traitors”. Infact, at one point it released an “enemies list” which included Rev. Al Sharpton, Lil Wayne, Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, and Barack Obama.

In 1995, Kimathi took a job as a Small Business Specialist for the Department of the US Navy army. He worked there until 2003 when he quit to write the book, ‘War on the HorizonBlack Resistance to the white-sex Assault’ which he self-published in 2005.

In 2009, after 6 years doing lectures and acting as a part-time real estate agent, Kimathi returned to the U.S. Government Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the capacity of assisting small businesses in winning contracts.

He was eventually fired in December 2013 for his lecture work done under the pseudonym “Irritated Genie of Soufeese.” The ‘Irritated Genie’ is the title of a book authored by Jacob Carruthers and it refers to the spirit of the Black people who fought in the Haitian Revolution. ‘Soufeese’ is a take-off of the Southeast region of Washington, D.C., where Kimathi grew up from. To put it more blatantly, Ayo was fired from the US Government job for defending the Rights of the Black community and his adamant stance against homosexuality. 

Nevertheless, in 2015, Kimathi was elected International Spokesperson of the then newly created movement called the Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM). In the same year, he was officially banned from the country of Bermuda for a “Effeminization of the Black Male” lecture he did, stating among other things that; “Black men should only date and marry Black women.” During the same lecture in Bermuda, Ayo submitted to the full house audience, without any iota of fear or favor, that homosexuality originated from White Europeans along with other forms of “sexual deviance” including child molestation, bestiality and rape!

Based on his adamant stance against homosexuality, interracial dating and marriages, and adamancy to retract the statements when asked to, because he believed he was right, the Human Rights Commission for Bermuda submitted a report to the Home Affairs Minister, and the Hon.Michael Fahy, banned Ayo Kimathi from Bermuda for at least five years in 2015. In 2023, Kamathi self-published a book entitled ‘Jews are the Problem’.

More About The Pan-African Pyramid

Pan-African Pyramid (PAP) is a non-governmental organization which was founded in 2014 with a vision to articulate concerted efforts geared towards promoting the true African Awakening among the BLACK people throughout Africa and in the Diaspora and galvanize inventions and innovations of  African people based on its principles as an intellectual, non-partisan discussion forum, built on the Pillars of PAN AFRICANISM, PATRIOTISM and NATIONALISM.

The pan-African pyramid is propagating a new Pan-Africanism concept. The new Pan-Africanism neednot be based on race, skin and colour, but IDIOLOGY and MOVEMENT. It advocates for the unification ofAfrica by economic development and Trans-African trade, and not by political actors only, but by corporate business entities.

Pan-Africanism is a worldwide movement that aims to encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all indigenous and diaspora ethnic groups of African ancestry. At its core, Pan-Africanism is a belief that “African people, both on the continent and in the diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a common destiny. The PAP Ideology/pre-occupation is to  REVIVE intellectual discourse among youth with a bias on re-constructing our lost Pan-Africanism, patriotism and Nationalism Values and spirit.

The organization was founded in 2015 under the leadership of Chairman and speaker Irumba with its social impact and humanitarian programs including;

  1. Organizing PAP debates every Friday
  2. Pan African Pyramid Global Awards every August
  3. Collecting and delivery of relief aid to refugees every December
  4. Agriculture and livestock farming
  5. Pan-African Marathon
  6. Establishment of Pan African Pyramid School clubs and debates
  7. Small Savings and Investments
  8. Tree Planting and Natural Resource Maintenance (Environment Conservation),

As one of their key objectives under the theme Christmas With Refugees that happens every December, PAP has continued to provide support to fellow Africans especially refugees in camps.  The organization has actively engaged with various refugee camps, including Bidibidi, Nakivale, and Rwamwanja, and Kyaka 11exemplifying solidarity and brotherhood in action.

See Some Of The Pictorial Moments We Captured For You During The Debate At Fairway Hotel In Kampala


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