Kiki Mordi a Nigerian journalist, media personality, filmmaker and writer. Has officially raised her opinion on same sex marriage on her twitter page.
The 2016, Outstanding Radio Program Presenter (South-South) award winner at the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards
Have been known for her liberal mindset and respect for human right.
In 2017, she started an online petition to end police extortion and exploitation after some Nigerian policemen invaded their home and accused her and her boyfriend of being cultists, these and many more has exemplified her stance on human right violation.
On 7 October 2019, Mordi and her team at the BBC Africa Eye released a 13-minute documentary exposing sexual harassment of students by lecturers in University of Lagos and University of Ghana. Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu of University of Lagos, Dr. Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor of University of Ghana were the lecturers implicated in a viral video that came with the exposé.
Journalist, Kiki Mordi, has said it is a shame that same sex marriage is still illegal in Nigeria.
In 2014, ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, signed the anti-same sex bill into law, banning all forms of gay associations or marriage. The law places a 14-year jail term for any offender
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