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Jide Macaulay says Nigerians should apologise for discriminating against LGBT community

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Jide Macaulay says Nigerians should apologise for discriminating against LGBT community

Founder of House of Rainbow Fellowship, Nigeria’s only gay church in Lagos and in the UK, Rev. Rowland Jide Macaulay in a congratulatory message to gay rights activist Bisi Alimi said he hopes that Nigerians will one day apologize to all LGBT people that have discriminated against in the past.

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Rev. Macaulay who was once quoted as saying that being gay is not a criteria to make heaven and also prides himself as Nigeria’s first openly gay pastor noted in the congratulatory message that Bisi Alimi is a trail blazer saying at home he (Bisi) would be in prison but in the UK he just got married.

“Bisi Alimi, It is my hope that Nigeria will apologise to you and the millions of LGBTI people they have discriminated against. You are a trail blazer and I am proud of you. Congrats to you and your husband, Anthony Davis. With lots of love Jide Macaulay.” He wrote on Instagram.
By Ahmed Boulor…

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