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More than 60 people detained after a gay wedding in southern Nigeria

  • Nigerian police arrested over 200 people at a same-sex wedding, with 67 of them facing prosecution. Same-sex relationships are illegal in Nigeria and can be punished with up to 14 years in prison. A police official described the event as evil and emphasized the need to follow Nigerian culture.
  • Amnesty International Nigeria condemned the arrests as a witch-hunt and called for the release of the detained individuals. The organization highlighted the misuse of laws banning same-sex relationships for harassment and extortion.
  • The police obtained a video recording of the wedding party and alleged prohibited substances during the raid. Police initially arrested 200 people but later detained 67 individuals following investigations.
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