Theresa May, Prime minister of the United Kingdom, has called for same-sex marriages in Nigeria and all other countries within the Commonwealth.
While speaking at the first joint forum at Commonwealth Head of Government Meetings in Westminster on Tuesday, the minister said there should be no laws criminalizing same-sex relationships across the Commonwealth.
She said she understands that most of the laws against same-sex marriages in the Commonwealth were made by the UK, adding that those laws were wrong then, and are wrong now.
President Muhammadu Buhari, in July, 2015, while on a Visit to the United States of America, categorically ruled out any chance of Nigerian being pressured by the America into legalizing homosexuality in the country.
Homosexuality was outlawed by the regime of Goodluck Jonathan in Nigeria.
The Nigerian anti-gay law became effective on January 13, 2014. The law, which contains penalties of up to 14 years in prison and bans gay marriage, same-sex “amorous relationships” and membership of gay rights groups, was passed by the national assembly int May of 2013.