SoraNews24 points to a story published in the February 21 edition of Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan’s top national newspapers. Per the site’s translation of this Twitter post, 70-year-old Kuniko Tsusaka recounts a time when her 95-year-old mother had fallen ill. The woman loved playing […]
Edafe Okporo gushed about getting a chance to address leaders at the 'highest diplomatic center' at the United Nations Headquarters. The former Pentecostal church Pastor turned Gay Rights Activist, said it was a dream come true and same for many to see an African gay man have a seat at the UN. Edafe added that he believes it will be a reality for so many struggling with where they find themselves at the moment. He wrote; Growing up in Warri, Delta state Nigeria. I never knew that I would one day stand in front of leaders and address them at the highest diplomatic center the United Nations. It was a dream come true for me, same for so many to see a gay African man have a sit at the table. I believe in no distant future it will be a reality for so many struggling with where they find themselves right now to see themselves in a different position and capacity. I will be here to celebrate with you, always remember to create an opportunity for someone else to climb on. #Thisisedafeokporo The post Growing up in Warri, I never knew I will address leaders at the highest diplomatic center in UN – Nigerian gay man, Edafe Okporo appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.