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Human beings of the same sex cannot marry or date,” he said.When he isn't claiming to have cured AIDS, Gambian president Yahya Jammeh has a history of making unbelievable homophobic comments.Here are some of his worst.1) In a speech on Saturday Mr Jammeh said gay people would doom the world and that the “empire of homosexuals” would “go down the dirty drain”.“All empires before collapsed not at the time they were weakest, but at the peak of their might and when they equated themselves with the Almighty Allah.Election officials declared that Mr Jammeh would concede and said he would be calling Mr Barrow “to congratulate him and pray for peace and tranquility”.The outgoing President himself had not issued a public statement by late afternoon.So this evil empire of homosexuals will also go down the dirty drain and garbage of hell,” he said.2) In May 2014 Mr Jammeh said he would “kill” anyone who cited the persecution of LGBTQ people as a reason for seeking asylum abroad.“Some people go to the West and claim they are gays and that their lives are at risk in the Gambia, in order for them to be granted a stay in Europe.
If I catch them I will kill them,” he in a speech in the city of Basse, according to African news service APA.3) In February 2014 he described gay people as “vermin” who should be treated worse than mosquitoes.“We will fight these vermins called homosexuals or gays the same way we are fighting malaria-causing mosquitoes, if not more aggressively,” he said in a speech made to mark the country’s 49th anniversary of independence from Britain.4) In September 2013 he said that homosexuality was “more deadly than all natural disasters put together”.
The people of Gambia have thrown out the man who has ruled the country with an iron fist for 22 years, in a shock presidential election result that shows even the most entrenched African leader can be defeated at the ballot box.
President Yahya Jammeh was slow to offer his concession on Friday, but eventually admitted poll defeat and vowed to help his successor Adama Barrow after the country’s electoral commission declared he had been comprehensively beaten by the opposition leader.
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“If you think it is human rights to destroy our culture, you are making a great mistake because if you are in the Gambia, you are in the wrong place then.”6) In February 2014 he said that LGBT stood for "Leprosy, Gonorrhoea, Bacteria and Tuberculosis".“As far as I am concerned, LGBT can only stand for Leprosy, Gonorrhoea, Bacteria and Tuberculosis; all of which are detrimental to human existence,” he said.7) In May 2008 he said he would decapitate any homosexuals he found in his country.