- Posted January 18, 2013 by
- And to add insult to that, they used the anchor babies she burped out for them as an excuse to steal
- سافر إلى ماليزيا بأرخص سعر لفترة محدودة
- Not that mine was ever worth $2.50, but it's the statement it makes when they offered nothing.
- Hell, those 4nik8'n Illegal Latinos wouldn't even give me the $2.50 for my sister that they get for
- rotation in Wyoming thunderstorm
Group Condemns Lynching Of Homosexuals In Imo
A group, the Nigeria HIV info, dedicated to the protection of the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS, has condemned the mob beating of three men accused of engaging in homosexuality in Imo State. In a statement by Steve Aborisade, its coordinator, the group said it has “reliably confirmed and authenticated the incident and of the identity of one of the men.” The three men were striped unclad and allegedly lynched on Monday, in Ekwe, near Umuka in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State. Mr. Aborisade called on security agents to respond to the plight of the men. “As it is, only the perpetrators and the community can tell the whole world what has become of these men who were seriously beaten up, striped unclad and paraded around the community bounded together like animals on allegation that they were caught having sx together,” Mr. Aborisade said. Mr. Aborisade said a reliable source “reliably confirmed that the men were yet to be released from the location where they are being held in Umuka, Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State.” The group appealed to the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, to intervene to save the lives of the men. “While acknowledging that several Nigerians find the practice of homosexuality strange and unnatural, we also realize that it does not confer a license to trample on the rights of people who engages in it, with the sort of inhuman treatment that was meted out to these them. “So many informed commentators, including Nobel Prize winner, Prof Wole Soyinka have commented on the scientifically proven fact that more than anything, gays are just victims of biology,” the group said. Mr. Aborisade said instead of being singled out for harassment and prosecution, sxual minorities deserve support and access to sxual health services that they lack as citizens of this country. He said sxual minorities “remain a high risk group to HIV/AIDS infection, yet it is a community that has been denied of all access to life saving HIV/AIDS services.” “We suggest that our parliamentarians should devote equal energy at fishing out and punishing our treasury thieves who are doing more harm to the continued survival of our nation instead of dissipating energy on an issue that borders on private morality. “We enjoin other rights group to show solidarity and ensure that the rights of s*xual minorities are protected like other marginalised groups in the country,” Mr. Aborisade said.