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Nigeria under pressure from international community to legalise homosexuality - Minister of Foreign Affairs
x | July 22, 2013
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Olugbenga Ashiru, in a session with members of the diplomatic corps, said that Nigeria is under pressure to... (1) Comment



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"Coming In From The Cold"    In California, USA    July 22, 2013
There have always been homosexuals in every culture and race from time "Imo-river". Even the bible mentions them too. However, I believe homosexuality is an abnormality or a disorder which is beyond control of those who suffer it. But homosexuals are no criminals.

To me, we should allow them to live their lives the way they want. They can live together; they can associate together; they can even buy properties or establish businesses together if they want.

I believe in God but humans don't live by God's laws. God gave us the ability to make laws for ourselves to control how we behave and to protect our environment. Only human laws can put our behavior in check, not God's laws.

Where human laws are not effective or efficient, there will be a lot of criminality going on. So is the case with Nigeria with our so-called leaders stealing from us with impunity because our laws are not effective. They know God's laws will not do them any harm.

Marriage is man-made; marriage is governed by human laws and marriage has been defined to be between a man and a woman. A marriage license is only issued to a man and a woman to get married. If two people of the same sex want to live like husband and wife, I believe we can give that another name but should not be called marriage.

We must not allow these foreign people to force us to allow marriage between two people of the same sex. There are many people of the same sex who just live together, have children together, and don't get married. Homosexuals can do that.

But there is a "diplomatic" way to get these foreign governments off our back Tell them we will accept their cultural acceptance of marriage for homosexuals only if they accept our culture of CORRUPTION in exchange - a ha!
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