Yomi, who was once a youth pastor came out as a gay man in October 2018, posted photos and videos of them dining at a restaurant. The homosexual couple locked lips in one of the photos.
“It was our one year anniversary yesterday,” he captioned the post.
As expected, the anniversary post has generated mixed reactions from the Nigerian populace, with the vast majority expressing their disapproval with same-sex relationships.
See the post below,
In other news, a Nigerian female Tik Tok user has sparked a conversation about the traditional practice of omugwo, challenging the expectations placed on African women during their postpartum period.
The video, which has since gone viral, resonates with many as it shows the need for a better approach to supporting new mothers.
The TikTok user passionately expressed her opinion, emphasizing that mothers-in-law should not view omugwo as a vacation for themselves, but rather as an opportunity to provide assistance and support.
She boldly challenged the notion that the son’s wife should not be responsible for household chores and cooking while recovering from childbirth, asserting that it is the mother-in-law’s role to lend a helping hand.
Not stopping there, she directed her message to men, urging them to stand up for their wives and ensure they are not overwhelmed with unnecessary stress during this delicate period.
She suggested that if a man’s mother plans to visit as a vacation, it would be more appropriate to invite the wife’s mother instead, so that she can offer the much-needed support. Watch here