If there is one thing you would like to place your bet on that the Bauchi State Governor, Isa Yuguda would not attest to, it should be homosexuality.
While on BBC Africa radio show on Thursday, the governor displayed his dislike for homosexuality when he was asked to talk about the Nigerian anti-gay law.
Yuguda did not only gave his support to the bill, he also declared that he's not gay so none of his sons can be gay.
When asked what he would do if any of his sons confesses to being gay, Governor Yuguda exclaimed, 'God Forbid!'
Then he added: "What will I do? Well, I may have to resign to my faith that I have a son who is a gay but I'm assuring you I'm not gay so my son will never be a gay. Gay blood doesn't flow in our family. I will never have one."
Meanwhile, the U.N. human rights chief, Navi Pillay believes Nigeria's new anti-gay law may have "negative consequences" for public health.
Pillay says the law could hinder government, civil and religious groups from delivering HIV education and preventative care and deter gay and trans-gender people from seeking services.