Clarification: No LGBTQ Deal Signed by President Tinubu with EU
Rumors circulating about President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria signing an LGBTQ deal with the European Union have prompted the need for clarification and accurate information.
Contrary to some delusional posts, it is crucial to highlight that Nigeria did not sign any LGBTQ deal with the EU. The Samoa Agreement, which revolves around the principle of equality, indeed saw Nigeria participating. However, it is essential to note that the nation refrained from endorsing the agreement section that involves certain terms conflicting with its constitution’s definition of “GENDER.”
While some aspects of the agreement touch upon issues related to homosexuality, Nigeria has exercised its sovereign right to select which parts of the deal align with its values. The nation has explicitly stated that it will not adhere to those elements that violate its existing laws.
In conclusion, there is no truth to the claim that President Tinubu signed any LGBTQ deal with Europe. Nigeria’s decision to abstain from certain aspects of the Samoa Agreement reflects its commitment to upholding its constitutional principles and laws. Clarifications are essential to dispel misinformation and accurately understand Nigeria’s stance.
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