Osu cautions president on gay marriage ahead of U.S. visit

"I am sure they may not call it gay marriage but population check. However, they say that even in Freetown nothing is free,’’ he said.

Osu cautions Buhari on gay marriage ahead of U.S. visit

Msgr. Gabriel Osu, Director of Social Communications, Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, on Wednesday advised President Muhammadu Buhari against revoking the law on gay marriage ahead of his visit to the U.S.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Buhari would visit the U.S. at the invitation of President Barack Obama on July 20 with a 32-man delegation.

The cleric told NAN that Buhari should read between the lines to be sure that there was no hidden agenda for him.

"President Buhari is going to America at the instance of President Obama’s invitation, and I know that Americans have been promising to help with all kinds of aids.

"All we advise President Buhari is to watch out before he puts his hand on any paper, he should look at it very well in the light of gay marriage in America, gay sanctions, lesbianism being sanctioned.

"He should be more than careful to read between the lines so that they do not in any way use it as a price on something we must respond to because they have tried it some years back.

"I am sure they may not call it gay marriage but population check. However, they say that even in Freetown nothing is free,’’ he said.

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