Ayomide O. Tayo writes at Pulse Nigeria:
We don’t have our priorities set straight in this country. Alleged gay men who haven’t disturbed anyone, who haven’t threatened to secede, who haven’t killed families or put bombs on children are now our main focus. You don’t have to accept homosexuality to understand we are not well in this country. Yes homosexuality is illegal but so also is corruption.
It’s easier for gay people to see the four walls of a court room than a corrupt politician. We have no sense of direction.