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Nigerian Gay Man Chika Nwafor Schwartz: I’m Not Into Women. I love men with hairy chest

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Nigerian Gay Man Chika Nwafor Schwartz: I’m Not Into Women. I love men with hairy chest

First Openly Gay Nigerian Man Chika Nwafor Schwartz – I’m Not Into Women, I Love Men With Hairy Chests

A while back, Naijan.com searched with you a brief interview with first ever openly gay Nigerian Man named Chika Nwafor who took his German white Husband home to Nigeria few weeks ago.

Here is the last part of the interview conducted by Nollywood Gossip with Chika Nwafor with Live Online With Delia. Read the first part of th interview here

Why did you decide to marry that far, are there no other Gay men in Nigeria?

Well in Nigeria, Gay men are force to marry women, which makes them live as if they are under some control, and they are not free at all in their lives. And the fact is that I don’t want Bisexual or want to associate with those who post picture of their wives and kids and still go around picking kids [boys] on the street to sleep with.

Many married men in Nigeria are either Gays or Bisexual and I can’t pretend please. And the biggest barrier is that Nigeria has not legalized Gay.

Are you guys married now?

Yes we are married since 2010.

Have you ever dated a girl before?

I have tried such but it did not work for me, so I pretend that it never happened.  More also, my course mate in school naked herself in front of me one day and started touching me, but to my surprise my manhood never stood, it just felt like I was with my sister.

I’m not into women, I love men with hairs on their chest, and I don’t like plump men or fat ones.

I admire men that are fit, slender, athletic or lanky, I admire men with manly voice and act like men, but must be Gay and must also have nice Long dick.

Are you the man or the woman?

I’m the woman sorry, that is to say I’m Bottom.

Was it your choice to be the woman?

Well some are born that way and I love it ok. I love to satisfy someone and it makes me happy being sure that the man is ok and glad.

What was your family’s reaction when they met your man?

Well before my family met my man, I have already been having contacts with them and addressing him as my friend till I summoned up courage to be open to them. At first it was like a joke, but later they have nothing to say as they accepted me the way I am, as long as I didn’t kill anyone or did something to put them in trouble, after I explained everything to them, I started to live my life the way I was created on earth.

They accepted him now, and besides he is a nice man with a wonderful soul, and I’m so happy I met him.

Since gay is not legalized yet in Nigeria, where will you be living with your man, in Nigeria or in Germany?

Well, we visited Nigeria but not living in Nigeria. I have no intension to live in Nigeria since it’s not legalized.

I respect them with their rules, but I’ll live here in Germany with my man; I live my life the way I am and not what people want me to be.

Is being gay really against the law in Nigeria, could someone go to prison for that, or is it just that the society do not accept that?

Go online and read about Nigerian law against gay, and even when the list has been passed to the society.

 How about having kids, have you ever thought of having children of your own?

Yes, I am going to adopt, and I see nothing against giving them a well upbringing. So by ending of July we are going to adopt a kid as the papers are completed now.

And beside what about those men and women that are married and have no issues, have they killed themselves?

We wishes you the best.

Thanks very much.

24 Comments

24 Comments

  1. Samuel

    November 7, 2011 at 10:46 PM

    U are mad a typical igbo man can not do such a thing may God 4giv u

    • Kevin

      April 8, 2013 at 6:05 AM

      I am an African American living in the US. I absolutely understand the animus straight Africans seem to have to their gay brothers and sisters. Most African countries haven’t gone through the education necessary to understand that homosexual people are inherently worthy of respect because they are human beings who love differently from straight folk. It has taken my country over 50 years to get to the point were gays are generally accepted by the majority of our citizens for who they are, not what they do in the bedroom. And it has been long in coming because we have had to get over (prejudicial) notions about what being homosexual means. Our religious leaders have come to the point where they preach that all human beings, including homosexuals, should be treated right, even though the Bible, Koran and Torah teach the practice is wrong; generally, many believe you love the “sinner,” not the “sin” and, no matter what, let God be the judge.
      And many citizens have, in good conscience, concluded that notions against some folk should change if new knowledge emerges to refute them. For instance, homosexuals choose to be such, are inherently evil, and seek to recruit children; Black people are cursed by Ham and will never succeed as a race; women ought subordinate themselves to men, etc. Many are tethered to shibboleths because of tradition or ignorance or both. But it’s literally hard as hell to change sometimes because our religious, social and psychological comfort zones are threatened. It’s in this light that I understand the animus my African brothers and sisters harbor towards gay people. But God created Adam and Eve, and Adam and Steve, and Charity and Eve. He has never made a mistake. Never. Gay people do not deserve to be mistreated. Period.

  2. poiter

    January 5, 2012 at 6:07 AM

    I am happy for you man. Great ur world and rule it. Just remember we ur brothers (gays) still here.

    • Ali

      February 2, 2013 at 1:53 PM

      08184533599, pls hook me up. It should be in Kaduna, Abuja, Niger, Kebbi or Sokoto.

  3. poiter

    January 5, 2012 at 6:18 AM

    I love you chika, boy nothging do you. U are a great dude.dont
    Worry our day will come when we will walk on the street of this contry holding our hands. One love.

  4. Tunde

    January 8, 2012 at 6:04 AM

    Do you remember sodom and Gormorah? May the wrath of God be on you and your cohorts.amen.

    • dominic

      December 8, 2012 at 6:25 PM

      sodom and gomorah. c human GOD created in HIS IMAGE and likenes turning into animals. shame on u

  5. wizzy

    December 8, 2012 at 5:10 PM

    Chika you are the best man ever i wich i was in ur shoes because even my own gay is a secret because my parent should not know i will be disowned by them even they might kill me i wish to meet u. Love u

    • k c

      October 26, 2013 at 5:22 AM

      wizzy nids your numba. Ok

  6. Jaiyeola Oluwatobi Olakunle

    December 8, 2012 at 7:55 PM

    May amadiora punish u.

  7. george irubor

    March 26, 2013 at 1:25 PM

    There is something most people dont know about gay life bcuz it is a natural way of life stlyle so there is nothing that could be done to stope it.In Nigeria gays are been depride of their fundamental human right by sending them to prison and making them to live in fear in their own home just bcuz of who they are.I beg Nigerian government to learn how to welcome or encourage special people(gays)in this country and i pray that one day gay right would be recognise in Nigeria in Jesus name.

  8. Deen

    May 12, 2013 at 6:53 AM

    Let God judge not for humans. if someone is A gay dont judge him. who are you to be judging people? If someone is a gay so what? you have big mouth to talk about it but when the person is suffering you dont want to help. Human beings are like sheeps whatever a person said everyone is keep saying it. we are not going to be burrie in the same graves are we? shut ur fucking mouth up and look after ur family.

    • Solid Kind

      April 4, 2016 at 2:38 PM

      Mehn! U Jst Said It All, Am Fed Up Wif Dis Dumb Country Of Ours! Person No Fit Fuck Again??

  9. NMEKA VICTOR

    August 9, 2013 at 1:01 PM

    Well, am just short of words.cos i dont see d reason why a man will lay down his fellow man for sex,the feelings alone calls for persecution.bt looking at the other side of it u will notice that NIGERIANS have many more number of gays than straight folk.my own contribution is that NIGERIA SHOULD LEGALISE IT FOR THEM INORDER FOR THEM TO GAIN THEIR RIGHT AND FREEDOM IN THE COUNTRY.

    • Abdulsalam mohamed

      August 27, 2013 at 12:45 PM

      You are a man with good sense of truth. You’ve spoken well. We have millions of homosexuals, should they be kill of something even the goverment can not cure? Our law makers should be wise. They dont want to legalise gay right because of religious reason but they want to kill for religion, just imagine the bunch of curse that will be on them if the did not what is right. The govorment should protect citizens “individuals” of all religion both muslem,christian,tradition,juju. Thats what the are there for; hornestly i am ashamed of our rulers.

  10. geoffrey nomeh

    September 2, 2013 at 11:57 AM

    hahhhahahhahahahah. i cant stop laughing. chika you an ewu. a full mkpi. am sure you are possessed by demons. you need help

  11. olami

    October 3, 2013 at 8:22 PM

    Hi luv u chi

  12. k c

    October 26, 2013 at 5:36 AM

    dnt knw wat 2 say

  13. Owen Sun

    March 31, 2014 at 9:28 PM

    That’s great, CHIKA ! Those ”criminals” who call themselves the ”Nigerian Senate” are there stealing and embezling public funds. They wouldn’t stop stealing, but they are against gayism. Most of them are even gays…doing their runs abroad. Rubbish! Gayism is a sin, the ”NIGERIAN SENATE” stealing public funds is a sin, one having any form of sexual relationship without being married is a sin. Most of the members of the senate pick young girls from the streets and clubs and have sex with them… Are all these not sins ?

  14. Leumaz

    April 27, 2015 at 12:14 AM

    Chika, you are right. All Your expirences are Same with me, am also a born gay, i love hairy guy, i have no feeling for females, many time i felt bad that i don’t have freedom, it look as if am in cage. We Nigerian gays should stand for our Right. Gays are many in Nigerian espcially the youths.

  15. Star

    October 20, 2015 at 11:46 AM

    Am gay buh i tink we gay are possesed. Dy is a spirit pushin us to do these things. We juxt have 2 ask God 4 4givnex nd 4 him 2 change our ways. Am sure bin straight is beta dan being gay nd plx no INSULTS

  16. SEAN ROY

    March 5, 2016 at 9:36 PM

    it is GOD dat created us den y did he create some of us gay he he knows its a sin

    • tj1234567

      October 17, 2016 at 1:36 PM

      Sean Roy i love your question, they said before we do something God already knows. and he knows we can now change from it. why don’t him stop us. i always ask my self same question you just ask.

  17. KTUT

    March 29, 2016 at 10:18 AM

    I KNOW MANY OF THE NIGERIAN SENATOR DOING THIS ACT ?I VE EVNE HAD AN ENCOUTER WITH ON;I KNOW MANY OF NIGERIA OFFICIAL ON THE ACT BUT DONT KNOW THEY REASON WHY OTHERS ARE ATTACKING GAY AND THEY WILL BE THE FIRST TO TALK AGAINST IT MOST OF THEM ARE DOING IT FOR THEIR RITUALS SOME EVEN YOU SEE WITH GIRLS IN A HOTEL THEYB ARE NOT GIRLS RATHER MEN BUT DRESS LIGE FEMALE TO CONFUSE PEOPLE EVEN THE ACTRESS AND MUSICIAN I CAN CALL THEIR NAMES

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