1. mohamed Salieu KamaraM
    mohamed Salieu KamaraM at |

    For West Africa continent and for some other countries in the world, going to the police to report incidents related to gay right activism is a waste of time because the police do not treat such matters seriously.

    There is no protection for people or groups that are sympathetic to gay issues in West Africa countries.
    So far, there are no laws in West Africa countries protecting against LGBT discrimination. This implies that people in same-sex relationships are at the mercy of anti-LGBT`S.
    Our cultural, traditional and religious practices frown at LGBT issues.

    The truth about LGBT is that Africa continent are far behind on the road to LGBT rights. Talking openly about LGBT rights is still a taboo, let alone admitting that one is a gay, bisexual or lesbian. At present, persecution, molestation and provocation area what LGBT`S or their sympathizers face.

    No matter what we in each of these cases, we came to learn that no practice or tradition trumps the human rights that belong to all of us. And this holds true for inflicting violence on LGBT people, criminalizing their status or behaviour, expelling them from their families and communities, or tacitly or explicitly accepting their killing.

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  2. Lloyd
    Lloyd at |

    is there a way we can contact the police involved to ask for the mob to be brought to justice?

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