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LGBT Nigerians: "We Are Not Illegal"

in NIGERIA, 03/12/2011

As a Nigerian citizen, and a public health advocate, I call upon you to stop the draconian, anti-human rights, anti- HIV/AIDS prevention and un-democratic legislation just passed by the national Senate.

To President Goodluck Jonathan,

My name is Ifeanyi Orazulike, and I am not illegal.

As a Nigerian citizen, and a public health advocate, I call upon you to stop the draconian, anti-human rights, anti- HIV/AIDS prevention and un-democratic legislation just passed by the national Senate.

If this bill is approved Nigeria will place itself outside the community of democratic nations, in a moment in which the country is facing serious internal and external anti-democratic threats. The implications of the bill with its recent modification would affect tireless and long years of work in the protection and promotion of human rights, HIV/AIDS prevention, and the entrenchment of democracy in our country.

As the elected guardian of the human and civil rights of ALL Nigerians, I urge you to show respect for the diversity in our great democracy, and refuse to sign this bill.

Respectfully,

Ifeanyi Kelly Orazulike
Director, International Center for Advocacy on Right to Health (ICARH)

 

Help stop Nigeria's anti-gay bill before Monday by adding your signature to the letter to Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan to veto this bill. Click on http://www.allout.org/en/actions/nigeria/taf


 

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