Federal Government In Trouble Over Anti-Ga’y Law

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A Nigerian citizen, Mr. Teriah Joseph Ebah
has dragged the Federal Government to
court over the anti-ga’y law.

Mr Teriah who described himself as ‘a happily
married man with a son’ filed the suit with number
FHC/ABJ/CS/197/2014, through his lawyer, Mike
Enahoro Ebah asking the court to declare that the
provisions of the Same Se’x Marriage (Prohibition)
Act, 2013, particularly sections 1 (1) (a) (b), 2 (1)
(2) and 3 violated the fundamental rights of
Nigerian citizens as enshrined and protected in
section 42 (1) (a) (b) and 2 of the 1999
Constitution, as well as articles of the African
Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification
and Enforcement) Act, Cap A9, Laws of the
Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

He asked the court to declare the anti-ga’y law as
unconstitutional, null and void, and also make an
order of perpetual injunction restraining the
Federal Government “from further enforcing the
provisions of the Same Se’x Marriage (Prohibition)
Act, 2013, particularly sections 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of
the said Act.”

According to him, his close relationship with
Nigerians at home and in the UK had given him an
insight into the worrisome plight and predicament
the anti-ga’y law “has brought to bear on the
citizens.”

President Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the
Same Se’x Marriage (Prohibition) Act, 2013, which
criminalised the practice and this has continued to
raise controversies both locally and internally as
many have condemning it and calling on the
Federal Government to reverse it.

Since the signing of the anti-ga’y law, no fewer
than 32 persons have been arrested and arraigned
in different parts of the country. Some have even
been molested, stripped nak’ed and paraded.

Nigerians, Do you Agree that this Law should
be Reversed? Drop your Comment.

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