By Mike Daemon and Colin Stewart Thirty Nigerian men remain behind bars awaiting a court hearing Aug. 8 on homosexuality charges.
Adebayo, a gay Nigerian, recently came out to his mother, expecting a stereotypically hostile African mother’s response. Instead what he got surprised him.
Nigerian police have dropped charges against two men accused of same-sex intimacy after they spent five months in prison.
A petition opposing a “comic” video about anti-gay violence has attracted nearly 500 supporters, but also death threats.
It’s too bad that so many Nigerians believe the sort of nonsense packed into a recent article in the Nigerian magazine Realityz. The article is titled “Sure cure for homosexuality and lesbianism.” The baseless article is written by one Sophilia Obire, who clearly does not even understand what it means to be gay. For starters, …
NoStringsNG, a website that provides a voice for LGBT Nigerians, has again taken aim at blackmailers and disreputable journalists preying on their allegedly gay countrymen. Gossip Mill, a Nigerian gossip and entertainment website, was the latest target of NoStringsNG, which objected to a Gossip Mill article and photos that outed a reportedly gay student at …
An anti-gay potion, prayers, probing questions, counseling and psychiatry were the techniques that a Nigerian mother was offered for an attempt to “cure” her son, John, of his homosexuality.