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  1. Kenny
    May 30, 2016

    IT’S A LIE!!!! LASITC IS BACK???? *picks megaphone* KDIANS!!!! GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAINS THAT PINKY HAS COME THROUGH. *scampers back up to read post*

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      ??? ??? ???

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  2. Deola
    May 30, 2016

    Haven’t even read it yet… But, *cue music*
    ? There can be miracles when you believe ???

    Wehdone eh PP, if you like take this long to write the next one?

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      Gerrarahia! The boys are back to stay.

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  3. michael
    May 30, 2016

    ThankYou oo oga PP?
    Finally!

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  4. michael
    May 30, 2016

    I felt disappointed. I had thought that oga Jona would not sign the bill into law amidst all the international pressure.

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    • Francis
      May 30, 2016

      Disappointed yep but after a while I realized the idiot needed to show “Nigerians” he was “working” in their best interest.

      @PP welcome back oh 👏👏. Abeg no forget say you still get police matter. Na that one consain me pass. 😝

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      • Pink Panther
        May 30, 2016

        Oh sure, that’ll come full circle

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  5. Mandy
    May 30, 2016

    This exact near-insane show of emotions was what I felt when the news first broke. Read about it on LIB and I’d never felt more afraid in my life. And the feeling lasted a couple days. I’d be on the road and imagine that the people looking my way knew my secret and were smugly waiting to do their worst.
    God help us in this country.
    PS: Welcome back Declan et al. I see Jonathan is still an arse.

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  6. Kenny
    May 30, 2016

    Honestly, I didn’t feel anything at first because I thought it would never affect me (yes I was ignorant no need to point that out). But then I came back to Lagos from school and I was accosted by plain clothed police men at Berger. They questioned me and perused my phone. Fortunately there was nothing incriminating on it. It took a phone call to my dad to get them to release me though. The fear i felt that day was mind numbing and that was when the gravity of the bill that was passed hit me.

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      That abuse of phone privacy really became intensified. Like WTF. I was never accosted. But I heard too many incidences. Especially around Oshodi and Ojuelegba

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  7. Terra
    May 30, 2016

    I knew he would sign it. It’s simple. It was a distraction. They gave the people what they knew they would like, to pull their attention away from other serious issues. Basic sleight of hand

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  8. ambivalentone
    May 30, 2016

    I think I had read it on NL dat morning. It was a torrent of emotions. Anger, Undiluted hate, Worry,…I don’t think I was afraid. For myself at least. I felt I cud take care of myself. But for my younger friends who have always seemed more daring, more brazen, I was scared. I had started to call and message all my contacts with admonishments to be careful. I also decided then to stop going to my friend’s house. I was worried that my femme acts might put him in unnecessary trouble seeing as he is femme as well. If he hadn’t been so insistent that it wasn’t a bother, we wud av stopped being pals now.
    SMH That singular act of the buffoon cost the gay community a lot sha. Broken relationships, reinforced closets, rekindled flames of self hate…And it pisses me off to no end that some useless ppl on here will still be drawing up requirement lists.

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      LOL. The environment is a huge factor in these growths – or lack of them thereof – amongst LGBT people in Nigeria.

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  9. Keredim
    May 30, 2016
  10. Mr. Big
    May 30, 2016

    My mother called me and said “It’s now a criminal offence to do that disgusting thing you do, continue o… You’ll go to prison and that will be it, no one is coming to visit you. Rubbish!”…. Oh well! All in a day’s work

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    • Francis
      May 30, 2016

      WoW! ????

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      WHAT?!

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    • Pink Panther
      May 30, 2016

      Mr. Big, oga, we have to sip tea or lemonade over this your gist o

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  11. Lorde
    May 31, 2016

    I’ve forgotten half the characters of this series,

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  12. Robert
    October 16, 2017

    Well, I wasn’t hysterical about the law. Maybe it’s becuase I read it & I knew what the law contained and not what I heard it contained. Misinformation is just as dangerous if not worse than ignorance. The law doesn’t seek to criminalise the state of being gay but the act of same sex couples getting married or the act of registering an LGBT club/Association.
    The law will die a natural death in time.
    P.S Pink Panther you write well.

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    • Pink Panther
      October 16, 2017

      Thank you for this comment. It’s a fact that Nigerian homophobes seem to be grossly unaware of. You see them saying its illegal to be gay in Nigeria, that the law condemns homosexuality, and you weary of telling these ignoramuses to go read up on this law properly.

      PS: Thanks for the compliment.

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