This beauteous lady is the Honorable Mulikat Akande-Adeola (we’ll be the judge of that). She is from the fragrant and humane state of Nigeria where you’d think they had bigger things to worry about than gays. Apparently not.
Under new legislation waiting to be signed by the Prez himself, gays will be jailed whether or not they have sex. Not only that, if you know a gay and don’t hand them in at your nearest police station you also face five years in prison. Anyone officiating at a gay wedding will get ten years while even turning up to throw confetti will get you sent down (we do hear that Nigerian jails are lovely, mind you). Oh, and anyone showing any affection at all to someone of the same sex in public (don’t kiss your dad!) will get ten years.
This was all outlined during a conference at London Metropolitan University. Can anyone let us know in less than 50 words why such repellent people are not only allowed into Her Majesty’s United Kingdom but are allowed to tout their hateful wares at a University? Or what laughably passes as a University (we’ve seen the students outside; let’s just say they don’t inspire confidence and leave it there, shall we)?
Nigeria will have received £1 billion in aid from the UK between 2010 and 2015.
'We will jail all the gays in Nigeria,' says Chunks here.,