Withdraw Nigeria’s involvement in pro-LGTB Samoa agreement – PRP warns FG


The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) has asked the Nigerian Government to withdraw the country’s involvement in the pro-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Samoa Agreement.

Muhammed Ishaq, Acting National Publicity Secretary, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.

Recall that the Minister of Budget and Economic Planning, Atiku Bagudu, had confirmed that Nigeria signed the Samoa Agreement at a reception organized by the European Union (EU) on Monday in Abuja.

However, the PRP said signing the agreement is a betrayal of the Nigerian people’s trust and values.

“We demand that the government immediately withdraw from this agreement,” the party said.

The party added, “The Samoa Agreement, signed on November 15, 2023, in Samoa, is a celebration of perversity and a threat to Nigeria’s sovereignty. Articles 2.5 and 29.5 of the Agreement legalize LGBT, transgenderism, abortion, teen sexual abuse, and perversity in African countries.

“We cannot understand why Nigerian officials who signed the Agreement do not understand its implications for our nation’s values and way of life.

“This Agreement is a product of European Union (EU) pressure and coercion, with threats of economic sanctions and denial of funding for countries that refuse to sign. We reject this form of bullying and intimidation, which is a clear violation of our sovereignty,” the statement partly reads.

Meanwhile, Bagudu’s media assistant, Bolaji Adebiyi, told Daily Trust that the agreement his principal referenced on Monday was about a $150 billion trade component

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