BREAKING: President Tinubu Indicators $150 Billion Samoa Deal Selling LGBTQ Rights


President Tinubu has signed a $150 billion Samoa Deal which allegedly promotes LGBTQ Rights.

PoliticalNews Nigeria stories that some clerics, rights activists, and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria are livid following the choice of the federal authorities to signal the controversial Samoa Treaty.

Based on rising info, the Bargain reportedly has some clauses that compel underdeveloped and growing nations to help the agitations by the Lesbian, Homosexual, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) neighborhood for recognition, as a situation for getting {financial} and different help from superior societies.


Named after the Pacific Island Samoa, the place it was signed on November 15, 2023, the Bargain is step by step gaining traction, regardless of opposition by many international locations that cherish Islamic and Christian values, along with the sensitivity of their cultures.

Details about the ratification of the deal by Nigeria got here to public data on Monday, July 1, when the Minister of Price range and {Economic} Planning, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku Bagudu confirmed the event at a reception organised by the European Union (EU) in Abuja.

However when contacted on Wednesday, Bagudu’s media assistant, Bolaji Adebiyi, stated the paperwork signed by the federal authorities, which the Minister of Price range made reference to through the reception by the EU, had been strictly for the {economic} growth of Nigeria.

He stated nowhere within the paperwork had been LGBT or same-sex marriage talked about even remotely, and emphatically acknowledged that it might be fallacious for anybody to suggest that Nigeria had accepted these tendencies.

He insisted that what Bagudu signed was in relation to a $150 billion commerce part.

When contacted yesterday to know whether or not they had been conscious of current controversies surrounding the Samoa Treaty, Kamarudeen Ogundele, who’s the spokesman of the Lawyer Common of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Lateef Olasunkanmi Fagbemi SAN, stated he needed to make some findings.

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