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Alieu Bah defends gays – and Gambians really aren’t happy
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Alieu Bah defends gays – and Gambians really aren’t happy

Alieu Bah has caused controversy yet again after he said that Gambian gay men and lesbian women should not be discriminated against, but respected.

In a Facebook post, the outspoken activist wrote: “When will the day come when Muslims will realise lesbians, gays, transgender, bisexual, queer and asexual are a part of our community and we need to appreciate every human as they come. Your prophet (blessings and peace be upon his mention) was the most tolerant of all humans –remember that.”

Some Facebook users were not impressed with his post.

One King Saul commented: “I believe this boy is mentally unstable.”

Another Facebook user, Ansu Sanyang exclaimed that Alieu is trying to stir trouble to seek political asylum in a Western country.

“Please, let’s not mind him or give him that opportunity,” he said.

For Balcko Jambak, he labelled the famous activist as a vagabond saying: “ In every African country, you see these vagabonds, tools for the destruction of Africa's cultures, norms and values being sponsored by the devil.”

However, there were a handful of people that jumped to Alieu’s defence.

Bruce K Mendes posted: “Why not leave the youth man alone! He has the right to express his views. We live in a world where everybody has the right to live and be free.”

 

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