Clampdown pushes homosexuals underground — Nigeria

It is telling that there is prevailing belief that homosexuality is imported from elsewhere and not part of every culture, country and group, even the picture appears to be of white people.

On Sept 1, 2017 The Guardian (Nigeria) wrote this article:

While the fate of 42 young men charged by the Lagos State police command over their alleged homosexuality, hangs in the balance at the court, the rising cases of homosexuality in Kebbi State has become worrisome to the state government, with statistics showing that even children have been initiated into the menace.

During a recent visit by the state’s Chief Judge, Justice Bala Mairiga, to prisons across the state, it was discovered that about 70 per cent of minors’ cases were homosexuality. It was further gathered that Jega Local Council has the highest cases of homosexual, followed by Zuru, Birnin Kebbi, Bunza and Kamba councils.

Speaking on the increasing trend of homosexuality in the country, Director-General of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Garba Abari, urged youths to stop wearing dreadlocks and saggy trousers. “The wearing of tattoos, dreadlocks, sagging trousers and painting of hair have become a vogue among our young men, due to their exposure to satellite broadcasting, and this is influencing the new trend of embracing lifestyles that are inimical to our traditional culture, religious values and identity as a people.”

Read more at: Clampdown pushes homosexuals underground — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and World News

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