Nigerian Gay Wedding Photos: 2 Naija Homosexual Men Marry In Port Harcourt Rivers State

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July 30, 2015 – Nigerian Gay Wedding Pictures: 2 Naija Homosexual Men Wed In Port Harcourt Rivers State Nigeria

End Time! Man Marries Another Man In Port Harcourt As Friends & Family Members Rejoice With Them

On  Saturday the 16th of May 2015, a Nigerian dude simply identified as Obate, a native of Agbonchia city in Eleme Local Government Area of Port Harcourt married his sweetheart, a guy by the name of Johnny from Ikwerre in Rivers State.

The low key wedding ceremony held in Port Harcourt as friend and family gather together to celebrate the dudes.

According to friends, Obate a popular gay man servicing high profile clients in Port Harcourt and its environ was said to have met Johnny during another gay wedding ceremony that held in Asaba Delta state last year and since then, the lovers have become inseparable.

See photos from the Gay Wedding ceremony below:

man marry man port harcourtObate in white is the bride, Johnny in suit is the groom

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A photo from their traditional wedding ceremony

Wonders they say shall never cease.

Homosexuality is an offence that carries 14-year jail term in Nigeria yet some folks can’t let go of it.

May God have mercy on all of una.

41 thoughts on “Nigerian Gay Wedding Photos: 2 Naija Homosexual Men Marry In Port Harcourt Rivers State

  1. Motaka osi danu this is evil.Polie should arrest them and all the clowns at the unholy ceremony

  2. Since pipul are not want make I de commenting again for here, no wahala. I no go say wetin I for say for this news. Make I going away. Tumorow I get exam for the evning school wey I am go. Na for two weeks I go writing the exam, so I am have better things to be do with my time now.

    • u even need a night time coaching……your English composition is so bad like being bald! Chai! How will u pass that Exam?

  3. Wait o,I don’t still get it… Gay marriage in Nigeria? & government do nothing about it? Mmm… End of time has come…

  4. Gay marriage in nigerian? Well i am nt suprise. Since our governors, sentors and minister are into it.

  5. Bench we dey beg you ooo, gay or no gays is not our problems now, make them fix 9ja electricity, water, roads, jobs, infrastructure, insecurity, corruption. Then we fit they talk about this lesbo and gaybo

  6. What is happening in Nigeria? The immediate past Senate passed a Law in this Country forbidding GAY MARRIAGE. What are security agents doing? T read that this obnoxious act had already taken place in Asaba ,and now in Port-Harcourt. If nothing is done now, others will emulate. Our President, during his recent visit to the USA, rejected this proposal by the American President. The FG should resist this, please.

  7. Who Wed them? Anyway it could br true, Since GMB has gone to U.S to sell our dignity in the of appreciation for election support. I first talk am say we go see the other side of Hausa Man.

  8. This is strange and govt left pls they fish them out and arrest them ASAP dis can’t be true and we won’t tolerate it in Nigeria

  9. Gay is not a new thing in naija, about 70% of nigerians are into expecially our top politicians. Hearing that a man is marrying his fellow man is new, so! Why do we act as if it is a new thing. The scripture must be fulfilled and there is nothing any of us can do about it

  10. Gay is not a new thing in naija, about 70% of nigerians are into expecially our top politicians. Hearing that a man is marrying his fellow man is new, so! Why do we act as if it is a new thing. The scripture must be fulfilled and there is nothing any of us can do about it.

  11. There’s nothing surprising in it….go to ajekunle many gays are there and having their parties…secrets weddings etc…
    many of our top Nigerias politicians are also into it….in kaduna gays even have their own street where dem dey hussle….so it’s not about making law but enforcing those law na naija problem

  12. There is no anti-gay law in Nigeria yet, otherwise that union event should never have taken place. People disregard Nigerian law because it has no substance and it meant nothing. In a Country of law whenever this kind of law is passed, it has to be effected. If any government fail to effect the law it passed, that is a problem. People will not take that word serious. That is why we are having the problem we are having today in Nigeria. It is better not to pass any law than to pass one that is not effective. In 1984 when Buhati/ Idiagbon made the law that carried minimum of Death sentencing on any offender, Nigerian taught it was a joke until they put three people to death. We need a little amount of Martial law if we want to live in a peaceful environment.

  13. Sick ass niggaz,I bet this a movie shit,cause if its real I’m gonna make that connect right now to my law enforcing niggaz,yea I got connects lawyers and ish and with this pictures we goin fish them out,trust me it aint gonna be 14years.
    Its gonnabe 100 for life.

  14. This looks more of acting than real. but if at all it’s real, it therefore means that we are more closer to Sodom than we thought. and why cant the 14 years imprisonment be enforced on both the culprits and those that attended the so called wedding?

  15. End time…. God please help us to remain with u till d end…brethren, hold firm unto ur faith lest we fall when we think we are standing. The Bible already foretold dis…watch and pray!

  16. I cant believe this is happening here in Ph, how can a man marry his fellow man? Wel all the same no one is perfect. But befor we starts pointing fingers to dem, we should check ourselfs first. All have sinned.

  17. D enemy has done this to see that man, the height of Gods creature extaminates itself wit sodomy from the face of d earth. Gays n their supporters club need prayers. May God show man mercy.

  18. I don’t think this can happened here in nigeria because the country is under the grace of GOD and devil will never have chance in our land we love christ so much and nigeria can never be like sodium and gomoria..we men we belong to woman not man belong to man please let’s be good crater….

  19. Love is love, why are you guys killing yourselves why politicians and president steal your money, make your life miserable why you focus on things not important. Gays are many in Nigeria about 60% are gays and more are being born why killing yourself, if you are angry go hug transformer. For the record we were born like this..so stop giving yourself headache. You can’t just judge people without knowing them, they might save your life one day, gays even serve in hospitals defend the poor and work here in Nigeria, what harm have they done to you?…men think of accepting your neigbour so you can feel free as well, being gay is not contagious we are born that way, as you are born straight. Thank you.

  20. BLOGGERS OR D WRITTERS SHUD MAKE LITTLE SENSE IN THEIR EXAGGERATIONS . HOW DARE U SAY ” NIGERIA 1ST GAY WEDDING IN PH .” LATER IN D STORY U SAID THEY MET IN A GAY WEDDING AT ASABA . PORTHACOURT AND ASABA , WHICH ONE COMES 1ST ? A SIN HIDDEN AS SHAME IS NOW PUBLIC SHOW . “THE MEN HV GONE MAD AGAIN ” .MISCARRIAGES WOULD HV BEEN PREFERED TO THESE GENERATIONAL CURSES !

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