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Aisha Yesufu Endorses Gay Rights, Says She Witnessed Same-Sex Marriages In Nigeria In The 80s

Aisha Yesufu said she witnessed same-sex marriages in Nigeria in the 1980s.

Human right activist and convener of ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ movement, Aisha Yesufu has caused outrage on the social media after she endorsed the practice of same-sex relationships in Nigeria.

Aisha Yesufu Endorses Gay Rights, Says She Witnessed Same-Sex Marriages In Nigeria In The 80s 1

In a post shared on her Twitter page, the vocal activist said that homosexuality is “not a new discovery” in Nigeria, adding that same-sex marriage had existed in the country for more than a century.

Yesufu, who is known to be a staunch Muslim, said everyone deserved to be given “the right to practice your sexuality.”

“You do not need anyone liking your choice of sexuality. All you need is being given the right to practise your sexuality.

“Homosexuality was freely practiced in Nigeria for hundreds of years and I witnessed same sex marriages in the 80s. So calm down, it is not a new discovery,” she tweeted.

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Her statement however did not resonate well with some Nigerians who questioned and criticized her for her opinions, others raised concern at the level of things she would do or say to remain relevant.

KanyiDaily recalls that Aisha Yesufu was recently listed among the BBC’s 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for the year 2020.

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  1. Yes see the Jezebering daughter of lucifer, by their fruits we shall know them.
    And I curse her that all her children shall be gays and lesbians, and same-sex marriage shall be their potion in Yashua’s mighty name it’s done Amen

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