There are lot of homosexuals in Nigeria – Charly Boy

There are lot of homosexuals in Nigeria – Charly Boy

Maverick showbiz personality, Charles Oputa popularly known as Charly Boy, has alleged that not few Nigerians are into homosexual relationships.

Charly Boy stated this on Friday on Your View, a talk-show programme on Television Continental, Lagos, where he was a guest after he was asked whether he is gay.

“While i was in America, at a particular time in my life after my third marriage went crashed, my best friend was a homosexual, though we didn’t get into anything but he kept counseling me and i was seeing his doctor.

“But i was so fascinated each time is off to work in the evening , the transformation, he would put on his lipstick.

“There are a lot of homosexuals in this country, people are just deceiving themselves. But for me two inches is own. If i was truly gay i would be advocating for it. I no send anybody. But am sorry, am straight as a person,” Charly Boy said.

It would be recalled that gay is criminalised in Nigeria as the anti-gay law became effective on January 13, 2014. The law, which contains penalties of up to 14 years in prison and bans gay marriage, same-sex “amorous relationships” and membership of gay rights groups, was passed by the national assembly in May of 2013.

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