Mothers, Cry! These Are Gay Leaders Hiding Under “Prostitution Bill”!
I call on all mothers in Nigeria to weep in sackcloths-weep to heaven until God shows mercy. Weep because your children are no more; go hungry and call on God-night and day-because your husbands are turning gay even in your youths, and your sons are raping their grandmothers. Weep for men who rule Nigeria, weep for the young men they are training, and weep for yourselves because you never stood for the truth while they go on defiling sanity. The passions for debauchery amongst Nigerian leaders have led them to openly and unashamedly dare to smash on our faces another rotten egg called “prostitution bill” in the name of “job creation and revenue source.” What these law makers who have sworn under Satan never to obey a single law of God fail to take into consideration is that Nigerians may be pressed down and compelled, but never defeated or blind-we know that in their government-turned cultic gatherings, homosexuality is the first law of initiation and relevance, and that, in other to legalize gay marriages in Nigeria and give them the rights to destroy what is left, they have thrown in a veil in the form of “prostitution bill” to cover any shame they may have left.
The most painful feeling one gets when one looks at these so called leaders of Nigeria and their actions is not because of their corruption; the most painful feeling, perhaps, is the knowledge of their abundant ignorance. It gets more painful when everyone else, except them, sees how arrogant they are in their ignorance and belief in their “honorableness.” In their belief that they are doing it the best of ways, that no one else can do it better, and that they are making names, they comfortably, and without knowing it, wear their shame in their necks nationally and beyond our shores. They love wonderful skyscrapers but would not consider the number of pillars holding their foundations, and love to borrow laws without finding out the root of those laws and what necessitated their being put to practice. USA and Europe are always countries to emulate, so think Nigeria's leaders, yet they fail to note that it was the quest for greater freedom, equal opportunities, and human rights which necessitated these moves in these countries; democracy led them thus far. True democracy, responsibility and accountably-these things rule those countries, but Nigeria's government chose, instead, to emulate those which destroy more than they claim to build.
It's no longer a secret that most of our girls in higher institutions have turned to unofficial prostitution as means to augment what they get from their homes; and these law makers pay them the highest patronage. These leaders are quite sure that most of these girls would keep their pride if things were different, nevertheless, they would prefer to legalize their pains than let them go away; they would rather give them certificates to sell their pride in other to generate more money for them to cart away with. I pity those who lead Nigeria, I really do. I've been a Nigerian for years and I know who these politicians are, how they think-their make up. Time has proven that they only have a look of life, but it's not. Even a mad man dares to imitate good, and an imbecile, once in a while, follows rules, but these would not-there simply is no will, no zeal and no knowledge to do. Their thugs, guns and stolen money clothe them with a bloated and superficial air of importance and relevance. That is the more reason Nigerians should and must wake them from this slumber initiated through their communion of bloodshed; Nigerians must come out in accord to oppose these strange spirits in our midst.
The government of Nigeria has to openly admit that it has failed woefully; all of Nigeria's leaders must come clean and declare that they no longer have what it takes to keep Nigeria rolling, even like a rolling stone which gathers no moss. You produce hundreds of graduates yearly when there is no work for them, but your interest lies more in all the money you could squeeze out from undergraduates countrywide; and so, you build more schools. You transfer national infrastructures to other countries-leaving millions of Nigerians jobless; then you turn around and actually believe that the only way to empower women and create jobs for them would be to give them certificates to sell their bodies to whosoever wills. Sometime back, a local government in Delta state actually came up boldly to proclaim their number one “women emancipation” agenda in Delta state as “giving laptops to JSS1 female students.” Ignorance never receives an answer to any prayer because selfishness, rebellion, and wickedness crush it. God's punishment will rest on every evil government and all who run it down to the graves, forcing those who have no businesses with death, down with it.
The reason for this ongoing legislation is not far-to-seek: it's simply their way of making room to legalize gay marriages in Nigeria. It's no secret that many of these leaders are equally gay and only prostitutes can tell gays that the road is clear; and so, prostitutes must be liberated and prostitution, legalized. How shameful and pathetic! These men clamor for a Nigeria where prostitution will be one of the several jobs they promised to create. Next to that, gay marriage will follow; and after that, pedophile will spring forth, with their passions for even unborn babies. Incest has long been common with them, even at the highest level, who then can tell what swift end may befall even the innocents?
Prostitution increases crime, it springs up accidental murderers in every corner. Prostitution, apart from being detestable to every right-thinking human, is an agent of destruction. Legalizing prostitution in Nigeria is worse that legalizing cocaine intake in the midst of hungry and angry people with loaded guns. This government and whoever sponsored that bill ought to be buried in shame. If these politicians cannot provide jobs for the citizenry as they vowed to and should, it will do well that they do not compound issues. Legalizing prostitution is not job creation; prostitution is no work, it is management for people who would kill themselves eternally just to eat for a day…and then for those lost in moral decadence. In America and other countries that Nigeria's lawmakers would readily want to emulate in these evils, they have first done their share in human rights, fighting corruption and establishing accountable and responsible governance before bringing up issues of debauchery. Only a man who is filled makes merry.
Our men have failed us; our fathers have become sons of perdition. Mothers, save what is left! Things will always get done when women stand united; stand up and pull out this antichrist in Nigeria's foundation. Religious leaders and traditional rulers have equally fallen from their exulted heights-each builds his paradise here on earth. But maybe, this time, women would come out en masses and save what is left, and, in the saving, save themselves; Rachel should not have to weep twice. A call for A Sovereign National Conference remains the first necessary and expedient step.
By Ikechukwu Enyiagu, [email protected]