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Kito Perpetrators Apprehended And Brutalized In Asaba

It wasn’t a good day for the kito gangs of Asaba yesterday, August 12. The Delta State capital which has become infamous for the formidable presence of kito in it

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A SAFE SPACE NIGERIA (SURVEY)

Being queer is complicated. Being queer in Nigeria is uniquely complicated – and difficult. Every day, members of the LGBTQ community in Nigeria find themselves navigating a myriad number of

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“To The Members of the LGBTQ Community … I’m Sorry.” Simi Apologizes For Homophobic Behaviour | The Nigerian LGBTQ Community Reacts To The Apology

In a move no one saw coming – because, well, no one ever gives the Nigerian LGBTQ community this kind of consideration – singer Simi posted an apology on Twitter

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The Nigeria Prize for Difference and Diversity announces judges and advisory board

The Nigeria Prize for Difference and Diversity, endowed by the co-founder of RED | For Africa and founder of human flourishing company, Joy, Inc. Chude Jideonwo announces its judges and

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An Ethnography of KD Stories

Sometime in January, I wrote to this community, asking for volunteer interviewees for the research work I was doing and was immensely touched by the feedback I got; the commitment

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Gay Nigerian Writes A Letter To the Queer Community

Safety. Dating. Sex. Community. Internalized homophobia. These are some of the issues that Twitter user @CardinalOrsini address in his twitter thread of a letter to members of the community, especially

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The Equality Hub launches online merchandise store, intends to donate 10% of proceeds to the “Be A Rainbow Project”

The Equality Hub has announced the launch of its official online merchandise store, EH Online Store, in a move that marks the celebration of Pride month in Nigeria. It provides

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How An Unlawful Arrest Led To Uchenna Samuel Noble Breaking The Silence

EDITOR’S WORD: When I learned of what happened to the Delta-based human rights activist, Uchenna Samuel Noble, and we talked about the story getting shared on Kito Diaries, he said

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Kito Alert: Beware The Catfishes Online

I would first off like to point out that the picture above is not the person this kito alert is for. It is the person(s) who are using his photos

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The Minority Report on the Endurance of LGBTQ Nigerians on #IDAHOBIT2020

On this day that is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, considering especially the unique circumstances we have found ourselves in as a society with the coronavirus pandemic