Cameroonian Lesbian to LGBTIQ people: Do not be afraid of who you are but consider safety first

Cameroonian LGBTIQ rights activist and openly lesbian Bandy Kiki has spoken out about the importance of owning one’s sexuality.

Dan Yomi [left] and Bandy Kiki [right] on Living Free with Dan.

By Mike Daemon

In an exclusive interview on Living Free with Dan, an online media initiative by UK-based Nigerian gay man Daniel Asaya AKA Dan Yomi, the celebrity who is the founder of Kinnaka Business Group, spoke candidly about coming out as a black lesbian woman as well as her challenges with fibroid.  

On the almost 47-minute show, Kiki said that she is unapologetic about her sexuality but will always be ready to have a conversation with anyone who is genuinely curious and open-minded.

She also spoke about why it’s important for LGBTIQ people to take control of their mental health and why it should be prioritized.

Also speaking about coming out, she acknowledged that she is glad to be visible because she is now able to be herself and not lead a double life of covering up.

Kiki encourages every LGBTIQ person to be bold. To any LGBT person wondering what to do, she advised that they should not be afraid to discover who they are, and always consider safety first.

Watch the full conversation below.

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