Anti-gay law: 40% of Nigerian lawmakers, over twelve governors are homosexuals – Uche Maduagwu

Nollywood actor Uche Maduagwu has called on US President Joe Biden to impose sanctions on the Nigerian government over the 2014 anti-gay law, claiming that 40% of lawyers are conventional and more than a dozen homogenous rulers.

The law was signed by former President Goodluck Jonathan and prohibits all forms of gay relations in Nigeria.

The law also states that anyone caught in a homosexual act is awaiting a 14-year prison term.

However, Uche in a post through his Instagram account asked President Biden to take control of the Nigerian government over the law.

He also said that 40% of ordinary lawyers and 12 state governors are homosexual but are hiding behind closed doors.

“President, Joe Biden. I am gay proud, and I urge you to impose sanctions on the Nigerian government for its illegal and law-abiding anti-homosexual laws.

“This one government includes Fulani herdsmen who evict and cause trouble in southern Nigeria.

“We are tired and scared despite the fact that more than 40% of legislatures are overweight and over a dozen homosexual rulers in naija; why the eternity, ”he said.

Recall that the controversial Nollywood actor, recently appeared to be gay.

Maduagwu made the affirmation through his Instagram page Thursday, urging his followers to learn to accept and respect the choices of others.

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