Nigerian gay activist, Bisi Alimi disclosed that he doesn’t believe there is any God anywhere.
Despite his belief, Alimi added that he was not an atheist.
The gay activist, who recently wedded his male lover in London, further explained how he preached the gospel of Christ during his secondary school days.
In a video he shared on his Instagram page, he also revealed how he went about in commercial buses (Molue) preaching to people to give their lives to Jesus Christ.
Alimi, a Mushin-born University of Lagos, UNILAG, graduate who reportedly moved to the UK a few years ago, had earlier revealed that he became gay from his mother’s womb, adding that being gay had made him live his life and appreciate himself..
According to him, “I don’t believe there is a God. But I’m not anatheist.
“There are so many labels in my life: I’m black; I’m gay; I’m an immigrant, a refugee…,why won’t you add more to it?
“I just go on on my own. Some time I’m in the shower singing gospel songs, but that doesn’t make me religious. No. It’s a song I learnt to sing and I sing it.
“When I was a teenager, I preach the gospel. I board the ‘Molue’ and I preach to people to give their lives to Christ. That was the kind of born again I was and I was in secondary school.”