Nigeria's reportedly GAY president, Goodluck Jonathan, telling us who he works for. He has an estimated net worth of $245 million
In 2009, Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua died in mysterious circumstances.
He was replaced by the reportedly GAY Goodluck Jonathan.
There have also been reports that he is corrupt and that he is GAY.
GEJ is gay / Moment of national embarrassment. / Nigeria's anti-gay laws: Homosexuals rounded up
Doyin Okupe, an aide to the president, has tried to explain away the relationship between the president and ex-convicts including Bode George and Diepreye Alamieyeseigha.
"Yes they are close", admitted Doyin Okupe.
"Last month, ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo called on Mr Jonathan not to seek re-election, accusing him of failing to tackle Nigeria's many problems - including the Islamist insurgency, poverty and corruption."
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan sacks military chiefs - BBC News / Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan changes military and party leaders - Financial Times.
Africans were bisexual until the gay-homophobic Christian missionaries arrived.
Now the evil Christian and Muslim leaders in Nigeria have welcomed a new law that imposes a 14-year jail term for homosexual relations.
Uganda, currently a laughingstock, imposes life imprisonment for some types of homosexual acts.
In the central African Zande culture, before European conquest, it was regarded "as very sensible for a man to sleep with boys... Some Azande men had sex with boys "just because they like them"...
The South African Thonga provide another particularly well-documented instance of a boy-wife role...
Kurt Falk wrote about an especially intimate bond of association, soregus, among the southeastern African Naman that included sex both between men and between women.
An "exceptionally reliable" Nykakyusa (a people living around what is now the Tanzania/Zimbabwe border) reported to Monica Wilson in the early 1930s that male friends, who live in villages of age-mates when not out herding cattle, generally sleep together.
Among the Tswana (in addition to homosexuality among the men laboring in the mines), it was reported that back home "lesbian practices are apparently fairly common among the older girls and young women, without being regarded in any way reprehensible"..