Nigerian man proposes to his boyfriend at graduation ceremony

Nigerian man proposes to his boyfriend at graduation ceremony

A photo and video clip of an alleged Nigerian man proposing to his male lover on the day of his graduation has gone viral. While some are congratulating the couple for finding love, some others are praying that the world should end as it is against the law of God.

The excited newly-engaged man identified as Broliviapope on Twitter seemed to have had his joy and blessing doubled. He shared a photo of himself and his partner as he popped the question and revealed that he recently graduated with a Masters' degree and thought to ask his partner to walk life's journey with him.

In the video clip, the couple can be seen receiving applause ad they both agreed to make it official. However, they were mixed reactions on Twitter as some Nigerians condemned the act, saying it is against God's will for two men to come together as man and husband.

Broliviapope and his partner however could care less. They seem to have chosen their path and were very much excited about what the future holds for them as they begin the next chapter.

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While some congratulated the couple, some did not seem to subscribe to their affair.

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Meanwhile, controversial gay activist based in the United States (US), Bisi Alimi, is the news again. This time around, he came all out for the L*sbian, Gay, Bise*ual and Transgender (LGBT) community in Nigeria.

Alimi, who is not ashamed of showing off his male husband on social media, took to his Facebook profile to send a note of warning to gay men in Nigeria. He disclosed that his outburst on social media is not meant for them but for his own personal benefit.

He did not end there but further disclosed that his activism is personal and owes them nothing. Amidst his Facebook rant, he wished them good luck.

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