Evidences have emerged showing that the man illegally crowned Eze Aro in Arochukwu, Abia State, Mr Godwin Kanu Idei is not qualified after all.
Investigations carried out on Idei, a member of the royal family of Okennachi in Arochukwu reveal that in his ambition to become the Eze Aro (king) of the foremost ancient Igbo Kingdom, is into practices forbidden and abhorred not just in Arochukwu ancient kingdom, but in all African nations guided by sacred traditions and cultures.
Godwin Idei, who was made Eze Aro through very illegal methods by the now – suspended Eze Ibom Isii has been deeply involved in gay, lesbian, and homosexual practices in Brazil, where he is said to be a businessman. Our findings show that one of the groups he is an active member is the Associacao Orquideas LGBT/AM in Brazil.
Translated into English, the name of the group is The Orchid Association of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) or LGBT Orchids Association.
According to a website promoting its activities, it’s audience include childhood and adolescence, youth, women, LGBT QIA+ and Afroamerican population /Afro descendants.
A check also gave the address of the homosexual group as R. Maçura, 72 – Monte das Oliveiras, Manaus – AM, 69092-490, in Brazil.
A long list signed by the president of Associacao Orquideas LGBT/AM, Paulo de Oliveira showed the name of this man, Kanu Godwin Idei listed as a member. The list was published on May 31st, 2023 on the group’s Facebook page. Below is a link showing the list, which we have roughly translated into English below thus report. See link https://fb.watch/or0jerXEnQ/?mibextid=Nif5oz
In Nigeria as in many African countries, involvement in LGBT activities is revolting, and regarded as an aberration in nature. It is also a crime to practice homosexuality in Nigeria.
Most African cultures abhor the practice of same sex sexual relationships, a practice widely regarded as an abomination that is a clear violation of natural laws on which African sacrecy and traditions are designed.
Arochukwu is a foremost African kingdom that holds its traditions and sacred cultural practices in high esteem.
As such, an Eze who is openly a homosexual, or publicly hobnobs or romances homosexual practices is seen as an aberration, and a dangerous appendage that could completely destroy one of the most traditional stools, and one of the most important legacies left in Igbo land, and indeed, Africa.