Wedding photos of a gay Nigerian man and his Brazilian husband have since gone viral on social media, sparking mixed reactions.
Being gay might be a crime in Nigeria attracting 14 years imprisonment, but it sure isn't stopping gay people from being with their partners. Over the past few few, more Nigerians in diaspora are becoming opened about their status.
Michael Lord Smith's case is no different. The Nigerian author recently sealed the deal with his Brazilian gay lover, Deck Farias, in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
The couple took to their respective Facebook pages to share the news with their friends. Michael on his part wrote: "finally the appointed day has come. Thanks to everyone who made this special day possible. Join us In our marvelous journey ahead."
This is one among many other Nigerians who have wedded their gay partners abroad Recall a while ago, NAIJ.com reported the news of a Nigerian man identified as Kenny Brandmuse, who got married to his white gay partner in a simple ceremony in the US.
Charlie Boy's daughter, Dewy, also recently went public about being gay. She had taken to Instagram to announce that she and her partner had opened a couple account, as a way to celebrate their relationship.
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