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Roger Kiska says Felix Ngole's case is 'the very definition of view-point discrimination'

Speaking to Talk2Me Radio, Roger Kiska explains why it was wrong for the University of Sheffield to expel Felix Ngole from his course, after he expressed the Christian view on marriage and sexuality on his personal Facebook page.

Roger Kiska says: "There's no doubt had Felix taken the opposing view and supported same-sex marriage, he wouldn't have been expelled. That's the very definition of view-point discrimination".

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26/04/2017
1m 3s

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