"Who Send You" - Nigerian Man Gets Insulted For Quoting Bible Verses Over Gay Union (Screenshots)
By InstaUpdates | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1951 views
A certain Nigerian Man with the Twitter handle "Ezekiel Olusanmi" made some comments on a gay union (proposal) which was made public by partners involved.
According to reports by Linda Ikeji blog, the Nigerian Man was with the right mind condemning the two African American Women's engagement in Hawaii, Honolulu precisely.
Mr Ezekiel upon seeing the tweet commented saying:
"Male and female created He them. For this reason shall a man leave his father and join to his wife and they shall become one. Marriage is union between man and a woman. Any other thing is abomination. This is not marriage. It's against nature and life. Procreation is defeated."
His comments was lengthy and provided in the screenshot below:
After his comment, a lady replied him saying, "In 1 Thessalonians 4:11, the Bible also says “mind your own affairs” Also Known as, mind your damn business."
Although the Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgenders are strongly accepted in some parts of the world, does it mean Mr Ezekiel has done wrong for making such comment?
What do yo think about Gay Union as a whole?
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