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Nigerian activist: It’s time to march against anti-LGBT bias

Nigerian human rights activist Samuel Uchenna has suggested that it’s time for public demonstrations by LGBTIQ+ Nigerians pushing back against the country’s anti-gay laws.

From the African Human Rights Media Network

A public protest against killings of LGBT Nigerians in Nigeria.

By Mike Daemon

Sharing his thoughts on Twitter, the activist wrote: “Can/Should we organize a national march to demand the respect of our dignity as humans?”

LGBTQ+ Nigerians, allies and activists have never organized a physical gathering demanding repeal of the law, although many LGBTIQ+-focused organizations have been fighting hard against LGBTIQ+ discrimination and oppression in other ways.

In Nigeria, the Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act (SSMPA), enacted in 2014, effectively criminalizes LGBTiQ+ persons, outlawing public displays of same-sex affection and any support of homosexuality. The law stipulates a 14-year prison sentence for homosexual acts involving either men or women and a 10-year jail sentence to gay organizations, and anyone supporting same-sex marriages, or any display of same-sex affection.

Some people warned that a march such as Uchenna suggested would be unsafe. But others stated that, although the idea scared them, they would join a public protest against anti-LGBTIQ+_bias.



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