Married Nigerian gay activist, Bisi Alimi took to Instagram to celebrate his son who turned a year older today.

Bisi Alimi who got married to his husband in 2016 celebrated their first year wedding anniversary last year, but it seems he already had a son from a previous relationship. The father of one, whom it is obvious, is so proud of his son, promised a bigger fun when he comes around.

Gay activist Bisi Alimi celebrates his son’s birthday Lailasnews 1


In his post on Instagram, he wrote:

To my son, happy birthday. Proud of you and everything you are. Big time fun when I am back. Love you and have a great day with mama.
#happybirthday #son #myson #love #gayd

Bisi Alimi, who once said the General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye is an irresponsible man for saying people should work for the money they spend.

Pastor Adeboye had earlier mentioned at a church program that members of the Christendom that spend money they didn’t work for will eventually suffer for it.

He said;

“If you buy a car with a money you didn’t earn lawfully, you’ll be riding in a moving coffin”.

Reacting to Adeboye’s statement, Alimi accused the pastor of laying curses on his congregation.

He said,

”This man is irresponsible and vile. He is the same that buys private jet with stolen money and lay curses on his congregation if they fail to pay tithe.”

As a world famous activist for the rights of the LGBT community, Bisi Alimi has been recognised by top institutes across the world for his selfless efforts to see that everyone shares the same right a a human being. See below his awards and achievements.

Aspen New Voice Fellows
AVAC Fellow

The Most Inspiring British LGBT People Of 2016- Buzzfeed
World Pride Power List, 2015
Listed 77 on 2014 World Pride Power List
Listed 80 on the 2014 Rainbow List
Listed 94. on 2013 UK LGBT Pink List
Listed 90 on the 2012 UK LGBT Pink List
Listed 3 on 100 of Britain and Ireland’s secular thinkers you should know about, who aren’t white men.

European Diversity Awards 2016- Campaigner of the Year (Runner up)
Excellence in Diversity Awards 2014- Diversity Champion (shortlist)