After Joe Biden Threatened Nigeria Over Anti-gay Laws, See Reactions From Nigerians
By Samoski1 | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 154623 views
Nigeria is one of the African countries that have stood it's ground repelling the negative acts of same sex marriage. I.e man to man, who are called gays and many of the LGBTQ community.
On June 2015, former President Barack Obama legalised gay marriage in the country and that led to several countries around the world imitating the new imposed law by the African American.
Just in, Joe Biden has threatened Nigeria by issuing a warning to terminate their financial aid to the country followed by placing visa sanctions if the Nigerian government don't dissolve their anti-gay laws.
In Nigeria if someone is found wanting of disregarding the anti-gay law that was imposed by former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in January 2014, he/she will serve a term between 10 to 14 years in prison.
Joe Biden however wants that law dissolved and has issued out his threats.
See how Nigerians have responded after Joe Biden's threat.
From the comments above, Nigerians are not interested in the removal of the anti-gay law despite President Joe Biden's threats.
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