British Social Worker Deemed ‘Unemployable’ Due to Christian Beliefs

PJMedia.com reports: “Felix Ngole escaped horrific violence in Cameroon to start a new life in the UK, only to encounter persecution in his adopted home. What Ngole wanted more than anything else was to serve his community as a social worker, and he worked his way through university to be able to do so.

When Ngole received an employment offer from healthcare provider Touchstone Support Leeds, he thought of it as his ‘dream job,’ but the company rescinded its offer when it discovered that Ngole had won a court case involving free speech surrounding Ngole’s belief in traditional marriage…”

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