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Former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe’s son, Bolu Okupe and his homosexual lover, Mfaomé have damaged up.

The couple who met on Tinder and began courting in February have ended their relationship barely 6 months after.

In line with Bolu Okupe who took to his official Instagram to announce their break up he was blessed by each little bit of their time collectively however generally issues simply don’t exercise.

In his phrases,

“Sure we broke up. Sadly we’re accomplished & our relationship is over. I used to be blessed by each little bit of our time collectively however generally issues simply don’t exercise. Love & Gentle 🖤🌈”.

A fast look on Bolu’s web page additionally exhibits that he has taken down all their loved-up photographs and movies collectively.

Watch a video of the homosexual activist addressing the break up beneath,

That is coming after Bolu addressed the controversy that arose after he got here out as a homosexual man.

He had an Instagram stay session the place he vehemently kicked towards the anti-gay legislation and acknowledged that among the legislators who signed the legislation are homosexual themselves.

Recall that the legislation was signed by former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2014. The legislation bans homosexuality in Nigeria and attaches a 4-year jail time period for anybody caught within the act. Throughout that interval, Bolu’s father, Doyun Okupe was serving as a presidential aide to Jonathan.

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Talking in the course of the stay session, Bolu mentioned,

“With the entire 14 yr legislation, I wager you for a truth, some individuals who have been signing or voting for that legislation are homosexual themselves. It’s ridiculous.

If you happen to take a look at it statistically, you’ll know for a indisputable fact that a number of individuals who voted on that legislation would have been homosexual themselves”.

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