Parliamentarians are being urged to stay away from the culture of praying before beginning their sessions in parliament.
Cultural anthropologist and senior member of the Afrikania Mission says the act by the legislative body is “wrong”.
“This brings the question of parliamentarians going to parliament and every morning holding morning devotion. What type of business is that? It is wrong…if you want to pray, pray in your house before going. Even animals don’t behave this way. Can you see a he-goat mounting a he-goat? No. So why should human beings be doing that? And then you think that it’s your human right? Maybe is your human left. We can’t tolerate this in this country. They must give us a break,” he revealed.
Meanwhile, parliament is yet to respond to these claims by the anthropologist.