Kiki Mordi, a popular investigative journalist, is being called out on twitter over a tweet supporting same-s*x marriage. The journalist and OAP became popular for her documentary on s*x for grades.
This documentary exposed two lecturers in a Nigerian and Ghanaian university who s*xually assault female students.
Kiki Mordi, in her tweet, stated that 2020 is a few hours away, and Nigeria is yet to sign the same-s*x bill. She ended her post stating that we are already on the wrong side of history.
See her tweet below:
It’s almost 2020 & same s*x marriage is still illegal in Nigeria.
Like two people (of the same s*x) can love themselves and want to build a family for themselves just like you & I but can’t because it’s illegal for them.
A damn shame! We’re already on the wrong side of history.
— Kiki Mordi (@kikimordi) December 26, 2019
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This tweet did not go well with Nigerians, who replied to her tweet with a piece of their minds.
See some reactions below:
Kiki has been misfiring lately and one thing I’d never support is same s*x marriage even if I’m standing alone.
Homosexuals are the most dangerous set of people you’d ever come across, they can do anything to have their way… Block me and move on if it irks you.
— Ogbuefi Okafor🇳🇬 (@MistaChika) December 27, 2019
Kiki,as a Nigerian living in 🇳🇬
we have more pressing issues of police brutality, poverty index, child marriage, unemployment and more. Any man wey wan knack man fit go where them they knack men. For now, let’s focus on the salient things, please. Ose gan https://t.co/mD4kviASIC
— Babajide Fadoju (@BabajideFadoju) December 27, 2019
How Kiki Mordi started her decade on Twitter Vs how she is ending the decade on Twitter 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/bJUn9aeydx
— Big Uncle 🇳🇬 (@Usmanashafe) December 27, 2019
No. They gave the right person to advance their agenda. She comes like a heroine, but there’s something underneath. It’s always like that. And to think I admired this young lady…
— Nathaniel Bivan (@nathanielbivan) December 26, 2019
A while back, on 13th January 2014, President Goodluck Jonathan signed a bill on that criminalises same-s*x relationships, defying western pressure over gay rights and provoking US criticism.
The bill, which contains penalties of up to 14 years in prison, bans gay marriage, same-s*x “amorous relationships” and also membership of gay rights groups.
Kiki Mordi’s tweet comes as a surprise. This is because many expect her to be aware that homos*xuality is an offence in this part of the world.
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