LGBTIQ+ Nigerians get new chat and counseling mobile app

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02/03/2020

NoStrings Development Initiatives, Nigeria’s leading LGBTIQ+ media advocacy group, has launched a new social and counseling mobile app for the country’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ+) community. Through the app, LGBTIQ+ Nigerians living in the country will gain free access to certified LGBTIQ+-friendly therapists who will provide them with psychosocial support services. They will also have access to legal experts who will provide them with legal support and advice upon request. Other added features of the app include chat forums and private chats where they can stay in touch with each other and engage meaningfully. Another exciting section of the app offers users access to LGBTIQ+-focused news and articles from Africa flowing from its partner website RightsAfrica.com, an online news platform that provides reliable LGBTIQ+-focused news content from across Africa.

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