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LGBTQ: Many high profile Nigerian politicians are bisexuals, gay

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A Nigerian, simply identified as Success (@Successaw), has alleged that Nigeria is full of bisexual and gay (LGBTQ) politicians. 

Success made the remarks on Wednesday while reacting to the anti-LGBTQ law passed by the Ghanaian parliament.

Chronicle NG reports that the Ghana Parliament passed the bill on human sexual rights and family values on Wednesday, popularly referred to as the anti-LGBTQ bill.

The measure, titled the Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values measure, was introduced by Sam Nartey George, MP for Ningo-Prampram.

Reacting to the news, Success noted that while Nigeria enacted a law against same-sex relationships in the country, no high-profile politician has been arrested or jailed for the offense.

He noted that Nigeria has the likes of popular cross-dresser Bobrisky, who, according to Success, flaunts his LGBTQ lifestyle on social media without being arrested.

Success said, “Nigeria is still struggling with should we do this or should we not’ because many of the high-profile politicians are either bisexuals or gays.

“The law signed in 2014 imposed 14 years of jail for gay relationships; how many have they caught? How many are in jail?

“We have the likes of Bob Risky and co. on SM Daily talking about how their boyfriends did this for them. Ona don arrest them?”

In his reaction, Obiasogu David stated that LGBTQ is alien to African culture.

Calling it a “pervert culture,” he noted that those who practice it in Nigeria are “mostly entertainment and political personalities” who do it for fetish reasons.

David said, “LGBTQ is a Western pervert culture that is completely alien to Africans.

“Those who practice it in Africa are mostly entertainment and political personalities who use it as a cult ritual.

“The others are just woke kids with screwed-up mindsets.

“Ghana taking a queue from Nigerians who passed the famous 14-year law is quite good.

“However, I hope they don’t take a queue from Nigeria by implementing the law by half. In Nigeria, the elite who practice homosexuality are not touched.”

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