‘Village people don win’: Woman sacked, loses abroad job sponsorship for condemning gay marriage

How my friend was fired, sponsorship withdrawn because she spoke against gays - Lady

A Nigerian lady has revealed that her friend was fired and lost her sponsorship due to a controversial conversation she had with colleagues about gays.

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The conversation reportedly included remarks against the LGBTQ+ community.

Oyinda took to her Twitter account on Monday to express her shock and anger over her friend’s sudden dismissal from her job.

Many Twitter users expressed their support for Oyinda’s friend, arguing that termination over personal beliefs may be a violation of freedom of speech, while others condemned the alleged homophobic remarks, emphasizing the importance of creating inclusive work environments.

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See reactions below:

@Boluwatifecutie: “How? Where? When? I doubt this story.”

@Msmenalicious: “Omo village people have won this round..”

@udeochusp: “For real?😯.”

@shallybabyyy: “Very good!”

@itoro_Ngozi: “They should go with their sponsorship she will be fine.”

@boladele7: “As it should be.”

@solomon__c: “Thank god for progress.”

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