We Do Not Advocate Punishing Gays, Say Nigerian Bishops!


Reader, the leaders of the Catholic church in Nigeria have sought to distance themselves from a hate campaign against gay people in the African country. Nigeria has some of the harshest anti-gay laws in the world. Under legislation passed last year someone can be imprisoned for up to 10 years for joining a gay club or society, or showing “affection” to someone of the same sex in public. Also, anyone providing services to someone perceived to be homosexual - like a doctor providing medicine to an HIV patient - can also be imprisoned for up to a decade.

 The media and anti-gay protesters have used Christian churches views on homosexuality to insist severe punishment for gays in Nigeria. Source:

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