Kenneth Kaunda, #Zambia’s founding president, has died aged 97. It’s impossible to talk about KK without timelines. He defies a general or linear description. He was, at different times, many things good or bad about people. In the end, he was, like the rest of us, simply human. pic.twitter.com/dvZZ3OJY87
— Sishuwa Sishuwa (@ssishuwa) June 17, 2021
In Africa's most populous nation, a differing of opinions is a given. But when it comes views on homosexuality and queerness in the country, ... those of the elite take precedence. The colonial legacy in Nigeria has left the country, like many others, with a bias against non-heterosexual relations. And this has in turn been eaten up and spat out by the major religious institutions in the country.