Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Slams CNN Anchor After He Welcomed A Baby Via Surrogate

Kenya Film Classification Board CEO, Dr Ezekiel Mutua has taken a dig at CNN anchor, Anderson Cooper who just welcomed a baby with his partner via surrogate.


NewsofAfrica reported earlier that the 52-year-old who came out as a gay in 2012 welcomed his son, Wyatt Morgan Cooper via surrogate on Tuesday, April 28.


Reacting to report, Mutua described the surrogacy process Mr Cooper and his husband went through as “warped”. He wondered why the gay couple needed a “woman” to carry their baby and also give birth in a “normal way”.

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He tweeted;


CNN’s Anderson Cooper and his husband yesterday broke the news of their first born son Wyatt Morgan Cooper…… But they had to get a normal woman to get pregnant using his normal seed and carry the child in a normal womb and give birth in a normal way….see the warped logic?



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