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Nigeria-”Let The GAYS Breathe. LGBTQ Community Is Not A Threat To The Nation”- Nigerian Pastor, Jide Macaulay Reacts Following The Arrest Of Over 100 Alleged Homosexuals In Delta State 

Pastor Jide Macaulay, an openly gay British Nigerian, has expressed his displeasure following the arrest of over 100 suspects at a same-sex wedding ceremony in Delta state.

Recall that FMTBLOG previously reported how the Police were able to arrest Over 100 alleged homosexuals arrested during a midnight wedding ceremony for a homosexual couple held in a hotel in Warri were paraded by the Delta State Police Command.

The Chaplain of St. Peter’s House, the chaplaincy of Manchester’s universities, claimed on his Instagram page that the LGBTQ population does not threaten the country.

READ ALSO- Police Storm Gay Wedding Arrests Over 100 Suspected Homosexuals in Delta State (VIDEO)

“Recent reports from Nigeria reveal the arrest of around 100 individuals at a supposedly same-sex wedding event,’ he wrote.

“This incident highlights the restrictions on gatherings and social interactions for queer individuals in Nigeria, prompting concerns about the increasing challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. The Same sex Marriage Prohibition Act ban marriage, not socialisation.

Rather than addressing genuine security concerns, these actions seem to exacerbate the difficulties experienced by LGBTQ+ people. It’s important to recognise that the LGBTQ+ community is not a threat to the nation; their desire is simply to live without interference.

“Redirecting law enforcement resources toward addressing insurgent activities and preventing hate crimes could be a more effective use of Nigeria’s police forces.

“The prevailing perception of corruption and brutality within the Nigerian police raises concerns about their understanding and application of the law.

“It’s crucial to note that the existing anti-gay legislation primarily aims to prosecute same-sex relationships and intimate encounters, rather than social interactions.”

“Allowing LGBTQ+ individuals in Nigeria to live openly and peacefully should be a priority.

“The anguish expressed by the LGBTQ+ community resonates deeply, as they navigate an environment marked by hostility and anxiety.

“In this challenging time, I express my solidarity with LGBTQ+ Nigerians, both within the country and beyond its borders.”

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