What Questions Should Uzodinma Iweala Ask President Buhari Concerning LGBT Nigerians?

On the unlikelihood that you do not know who Uzodinma Iweala is, he is the writer of the recently published Speak No Evil, a novel about coming out in America, where the son of devoutly religious parents realizes he is gay.

And he is meeting with President Buhari to talk about the welfare of LGBT Nigerians.

If you have any ideas of the questions he should ask, sound off in the comments section.

 

UPDATE:

According to Uzodinma Iweala’s account on Instagram, the twitter account is fake. And he doesn’t have any such meeting with President Buhari.

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  1. Ikedi Oghenetega
    April 23, 06:38 Reply

    He should asked why the discrimination, suffering, blackmail and death of LGBT persons doesn’t affect him. Are’nt they Nigeri
    ans?Was the anti-gay law not made by Nigerians? Why can’t LGBTIQ persons been given a platform to explain themselves?

  2. NaijaTgal
    April 23, 18:46 Reply

    1. What is the president’s stance on using ANTI-LGBT propaganda to political gain support from religious bigots e.g churches

    2. Due to the numerous human right restrictions in the SSPA, does he plan to influence it’s review and possibly repeal it?

    3. Due to the large number of attacks and discrimination against LGBTI people in Nigeria (refer to TIERS survey), what are the president’s plan to make law enforcement more accessible and coorporative to the plight of sexual minorities in Nigeria?

    4. In the governments fight to reduce the spread of std’s in the country, will the LGBT community; have better access to preventative and palliative care?

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