Bolu Okupe: I’m Still Planning A Gay Wedding In Nigeria, Despite Break-up With Lover

Bolu Okupe: I'm still planning a gay wedding in Nigeria
Bolu Okupe: I'm Still Planning A Gay Wedding In Nigeria, Despite Break-up With Lover
Bolu Okupe: I’m Still Planning A Gay Wedding In Nigeria, Despite Break-up With Lover

 

Bolu Okupe, the son of former presidential communications adviser Doyin Okupe, has split up with his partner.

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that On Tuesday, Bolu Okupe ended his engagement with his French lover, announcing the breakup on Instagram.

“Yes, we split up; regrettably, we are no longer together, and our relationship has come to an end.

Every moment of our time together was a blessing to me. But, love and light, sometimes things simply don’t work out,” he added.

He didn’t give an explanation for the split.

 

Okupe stated, “I believe in life, you simply never say never to anything.”

 

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“However, as things stand right now, the relationship is finished, and that’s all I can say. Things don’t always work out, and that’s okay.”

He hoped to locate another woman who would accompany him down the aisle.

“I’m still planning a homosexual wedding in Nigeria,” she says. Let’s hope my next relationship goes well,” he said.

After Bolu Okupe publicly revealed that he had become gay in January, his father, the ex-presidential spokesperson, became enraged.

 

Since 2014, gay marriage has been prohibited in Nigeria.

 

Mr. Okupe stated his son’s present sexual orientation was abnormal in a series of tweets criticizing his son’s sexual orientation.

 

Doyin Okupe’s complete message, as posted on his Twitter account, may be seen below.

My attention has been drawn to a publication by Bolu Okupe, my 27-year-old son, in which he publicly declared himself to be gay.

 

MOBA OLUWA RIN (I WALKED WITH GOD) was his name because he was born when I committed my life to Christ.

 

I’ve been aware of his new perspective for some time.

 

He understands that as a Christian and a witness for Christ (evangelist), I am adamantly opposed to homosexuality since it contradicts my Christian faith’s professed teachings.

 

For me, I search beyond what is seen or tangible.

 

I see a tremendous spiritual battle ahead of me, but I know that as long as my God lives, this entire tale will finish in praise to the Almighty Jehovah, whom I serve 24 hours a day.

 

For it is written: Behold, the Lord’s hand is not shortened to the point of being unable to save, nor is His ear dead to the point of being unable to hear. 1 vs. Isaiah 59

 

iexclusivenews/Peoples Gazette