President Jonathan snubs Belgian PM homosexual remarks

President Jonathan snubs Belgian PM homosexual remarks

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has blatantly snubbed the pro homosexual rant of Belgium’s gay Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo at the recent EU-Africa summit held in Brussels.

Mr Di Rupo while addressing African and European leaders derailed from the discourse to lecture on need for African leaders to condole the apostasy called “homosexual marriage”.

Mr Di Rupo who is Europe’s second openly gay government leader, after Iceland’s Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir said

“We cannot tolerate that some are denied their rights and persecuted for their origins, their sexual orientation, their religion and their convictions,”

The statement which was directed at the Nigerian and Ugandan Presidents who were present at the summit however went ignored.

Meanwhile, Africans have continued to laud the government of the Ugandan leader Museveni and Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan for the bold decision in enacting anti homosexual laws in their respective countries.

Objective analysts are of the opinion that homosexuality is an ‘inhuman’ right and not a human right because it seeks to bring an end to humanity.



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