Outrage As BBC Journalist, Kiki Mordi Advocates For Same Sex Marriage In Nigeria

Kiki Mordi reveals how shameful she feels about Nigeria for not legalizing same sex marriage.

BBC Africa Journalist, Kiki Mordi has come under heavy fire on social media for advocating same sex marriage in Nigeria.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that in 2014, ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, signed the anti-same sex bill into law, banning all forms of gay associations or marriage and placing a 14-year jail term for any offender.

Taking to her Twitter page, Kiki Mordi said it is a shame that same sex marriage is still illegal in Nigeria, adding that the country is on the wrong side of history.

“It’s almost 2020 & same sex marriage is still illegal in Nigeria. Like two people (of the same sex) can love themselves and want to build a family for themselves just like you & I but can’t because it’s illegal for them,” she said.

“A damn shame! We’re already on the wrong side of history,” she wrote.

Kiki Mordi came to limelight following her Sex for Grades documentary released a few months ago, when she uncovered sexual harassment in West African universities particularly Ghana and Nigeria.

Her stance on same sex marriage has caused a lot of outrageous reactions among Nigerians.

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