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Nigeria Signs $150bn Samoa Deal Despite LGBT Clause

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Nigerians have taken to social media to express outrage after the federal government signed the controversial Samoa Agreement, reportedly containing clauses that support LGBT rights.

The agreement, worth $150 billion, aims to promote economic development but has sparked concerns among Nigerians who believe it compromises the country’s cultural and religious values.

Despite clarifications from the government that the agreement does not mention LGBT rights, many Nigerians remain skeptical, taking to social media to express their disapproval.

The debate has sparked a wider conversation about morality, African culture, and the role of religion in governance.

Some netizens have called for the agreement to be reversed, while others have expressed support for the move, seeing it as a step towards greater inclusivity and recognition of human rights.


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