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  1. Mitch
    December 13, 2019

    Based on how messed up this country’s judicial process is, the extension of the executive into the judiciary and all the attendant nonsense we see per time, it’s safe to say that I have no illusions of this case going the way of common Sense or even within the provisions of the law. I just feel it’s going to be another Bash-The-Gays fest for them.

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  2. Mandy
    December 13, 2019

    Like play like play, an arrest that was conducted under false reasons has become a fight for freedom. God please, into Your hands I commit these guys. However long this trial takes, may it end in truth. 🙏

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    • Yazz
      December 13, 2019

      Be careful what you wish for

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  3. Malik
    December 13, 2019

    Maybe this would be our Stonewall moment. Maybe we’ll get justice or the spur we need to grab it ourselves.

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  4. Dunder
    December 13, 2019

    If we had a near-decent education system in Nigeria, the question on everyone’s lips would be “what the hell is a gay club and why would there be an initiation party”? but because schooled idiots have heard “a gay” and think they know what initiation is from Nollywood, they are ready to ruin innocent lives forgetting that other people are ruining their own lives in Abuja and the 36 state capitals. This is a country where military officers kill policemen, policemen kill civilians and those lucky enough not to get killed are extorted and their lives interrupted in the name of a headless court case. The public hears that the police that victimizes them is victimising others and they are pleased their children can be safe while they pursue their emigration strategy to Canada, the land of the gays. I just wish these boys strength and luck while Nigeria continues to take from those it has given nothing good.

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