Anglican Archbishop Urges Melusi Gigaba To Ban Anti-Gay Pastor From Entering South Africa.

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South Africans have joined forces of blocking the Anti-Gay United States Pastor Steven Anderson from coming to the Rainbow nation.

Notorious anti-gay pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona decided to ‘look on the bright side’ after the attacks in Orlando on Sunday and celebrate what he called the “good news” that came out of the shooting: “there’s 50 less pedophiles in this world.”

The Anglican Church of South Africa through Archbishop Emeritus Njongonkulu Ndungane said the South African government should deny controversial Pastor entrance to the country.

“South Africa is a society facing many challenges, therefore we don’t need to have a man such as Pastor Steven Anderson stirring up conflict and division through hate speech. I hereby ask the Minister of Home Affairs Melusi Gigaba to deny him entry into South Africa”, said Archbishop Ndungane.

The Archbishop further asked the Pastor to apologise to the Home Affairs Minister Gigaba for attacking him on social media.

On his Facebook page he said Minister Gigaba has thrown the “LGBT” perverts a bone by saying he will explore other options to limit his visit to South Africa.

“Gigaba is a typical politician, He talks out of both sides of his mouth. He is basically stringing them along, but he knows he cannot legally ban me, because the same laws that supposedly give the Sodomites rights also protect my religious views”, said Anderson.

Pastor Anderson called homosexuals as a bunch of disgusting perverts and pedophiles. That’s who was a victim here, are a bunch of just disgusting homosexual at a gay bar, okay.



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