LGBT practice: Civil society, NGOs back FG’s stand

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03/04/2021

The nation’s Civil Society and some Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs) on Thursday added their voice against move by the USA and European to force the Federal Government to accept the practice of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) in the country. The civil society and NGOs at a briefing in Lagos kick against LGBT and the current move by the USA and European countries to arm twist Nigeria and some African countries to accept the practice. They backed the position of the Federal Government and asked the West to keep their aids. Among the NGOs that supported the position of the Federal Government on the LGBT include Foundation for African Cultural Heritage (FACH), Project for Human Development (PHD), National Association of Catholic Lawyers, Global Pro-life Alliance (GPA), Doctors Health Initiative, Happy Home Foundation, Association of Concerned Mothers, Good Parenting and Youth Empowerment Initiative, Foundation for Marriage and Family and Centre for Corrections and Human Development.

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