Wednesday, September 23, 2020


Ife Nigeria first lesbian movie

Producers of Nigeria’s first lesbian movie risk jail – NFVCB

Producers of Nigeria’s first lesbian movie Ife are going ahead with the project, ignoring calls for their arrest and imprisonment.
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Nigeria’s first lesbian movie goes online to beat censorship

Pamela Adie, the producer of Nigeria's first lesbian feature film Ife has announced that it will be released online.

People will start questioning my sexuality again – Korede Bello

Singer, Korede Bello, has joked that people might start questioning his sexuality again after seeing a drawing of him with lipstick on.

VIDEO: Homosexuality is not a disease – Ashionye Raccah

Actress and singer, Ashionye Raccah, has said that homosexuality is not a disease and that people need to be accepted as they are.

There is homosexuality in African history – Jidenna

Nigerian-American singer, Jidenna, has said that there was never a time when there wasn’t homosexuality in African history. The 33-year-old said...

Gideon Okeke defends anti-gay stand

Nollywood actor, Gideon Okeke, has defended his anti-homosexuality viewpoint after he was criticised for calling same-sex unions unnatural.

John Fashanu opens up on gay brother’s death

Retired footballer and TV presenter, John Fashanu, has opened up on the death of his brother, Justin, who was the first £1m black footballer...

Two Nigerians questioned over attack on American actor, Jussie Smollett

The Chicago Police Department on Thursday questioned two men of Nigerian descent over the assault of Empire actor, Jussie Smollett, according to...

As a Christian, I can’t uphold gay right if elected president-...

Presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN) Dr. Oby Ezekwesili has debunked media reports that she promises to uphold gay right...

Nigerian gay asylum seekers face greater rejection in UK

Nigerians seeking asylum in Britain based on sexual orientation are facing greater rejection, government data showed on Thursday, with only 22 percent of total...