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Africans Yet to be Emancipated from Variants Form of Neo-colonialism.
From example, viewed from historical and cultural context, the traditional family essentially doubles in Africa as the provider of those “social safety-nets” which a person needs to grow up to become responsible member of the society. This is why the Nigerian Law Reform Commission has asserted that gay marriage or gay activities is “abhorrent to African sensibilities and quite contrary to the norms of the Nigerian society”. Despite this strong assertion, and, considering that gay marriage and gay activities have been outlawed in Nigeria, the West is constantly pressuring Nigeria and African countries to legalize gay marriage and gay activities. As we speak, Demark and the UNFPA are organizing a Gay/Abortion Summit (ICPD25 Summit) in Nairobi, Kenya. They are mobilizing all political will and financial commitments in order to ensure that abortion on demand for women and girls, Gay “rights” and same-sex marriage, transgenderism, bestiality, contraception for adolescent from 10 years onwards without parental consent, prostitution, “safe-sex” for African adolescents are legalized in African countries. On Tuesday October 29th 2019, the notorious gay rights activist Bisi Alimi organized the first-ever LGBT pride event in Lagos, Nigeria. Meanwhile, popular internet-personality and LGTB cross-dresser Okuneye Idris Bobrisky goes about in Nigeria in his funny-looking LGTB attire taking photographs with young Nigerians. The questions are: Why haven’t the Police arrested and prosecuted Bisi Alimi and Bobrisky for flouting the law of the land? Are Bisi Alimi and Bobrisky above the law of the land? The answer is NO. So, why allow the duo to continue to lure impressionable young Nigerians into gay life and activities? . Why can’t the West leave Africa alone in this Gay/abortion nonsense?. Homosexuality is not an African culture. Lesbianism is not an African culture either. Every society has its own values and should grow or sink with those values. The West has no right to dictate to Africans how they should live their lives.
Another troubling matter that was discussed at the Accra Conference was the teaching in public secondary schools in Africa a Western-sponsored immoral Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) that is antithetical to the cultural, religious and philosophical convictions of the African people. For example, a couple of years ago a group of concerned mothers dragged the Lagos State government and Federal Ministry of Education to the Federal High Court, Lagos because the Integrated Science subject studied by pupils in JSSI- SS111 was corrupted to include abortion techniques, breast-enlargement techniques, kissing techniques, touching of penis and vagina by the pupils in open classroom, how to do sterilization, how to do masturbation, how to put on the condoms and so forth. The person scribbling this was one of the lawyers that prosecuted the law suit on behalf of the concerned mothers. I would shock you by informing you that the Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja is implementing today Sexual Reproductive Rights policies, a euphemism for abortion rights and gay rights, assisted reproductive rights policies, contraceptive rights policies and sterilization rights policies without the backing of any law. I would further shock you by letting you know that almost all the standard Literature in English books such as Macbeth, Julius Caesar, Weep Not Child, Things Fall Apart, Zambia Shall be Free, The Man Died, The gods are not to blame etc that were read in our secondary schools in Nigeria in those glorious days have been yanked off the syllabi and replaced with sex-related and lewd textbooks such as Tears of bride by Oyekunle Oyedeji, Precious Child by Queen O. Okweshine aimed at luring unsuspecting school pupils into teen sex.
Terrible. Why is the West targeting Africa for destruction? Eurocentrism must give way to Afrocentrism. Government policies and political decisions in Africa should be in consonant with the cultural, religious and philosophical convictions of the African people. This is the real meaning of democracy. Therefore African leaders must not succumb to increasing foreign pressure seeking to destroy or deconstruct African cultural heritage. We are Africans. We are black and proud. We are proud to live out our cultural identity.