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Family Disown Lesbian Daughter In Newspaper Over Desire To Have Same Sex Marriage

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A family in Ogun state has publicly disowned their daughter because of her desire to have same sex marriage.

Shoremi Family announced their disassociation with their lesbian daughter, Shalom Shoremi through a public announcement in a national newspaper.

Apparently, Shalom had approached a Federal Marriage Registry to request for a special marriage licence for she and her female lover which was turned down.

According to report, the information filtered into the ears of her family who didn’t find it funny especially since it is against the laws of the country.

A close family source who spoke with our correspondent said: “Shalom has been a lesbian for a long time. Her family have tried several ways to help her out of her lesbianism but she has blatantly refused help. When her parents heard of her application for lesbian marriage at the Federal Registry, they gave up on her and thought the best thing to do is disown her publicly to save the family from further embarrassment and possible stigmatization”.

The announcement reads:

“The attention of the Shoremi family of Ogun state has been drawn to an application for a Special Marriage Licence sought by Shalom T Shoremi.

She had requested for the Special Marriage Licence at the Federal Marriage Registry on the 22nd of March, 2018 to allow her consummate a same sex marriage which was rejected as it is in variance with the marriage act of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The Family is disassociating itself from this move and has cut ties with her.

We also disown her on the ground that what she planned to do is against the law in Nigeria.

She will also not be entitled to anything from the family inheritance. “

 

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