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Two Malawian men who acted in manner that portrayed them as gays on Friday night irritated Musician Lucius Banda and his supporters when performing at Zitherepano Club in Mangochi.

The two men were spotted kissing and romancing in public and at a vintage position from where the musician was. This made him curtail his show. He had two more songs on his menu.

The musician posted on Facebook page an apology to his fans for ending the show prematurely, but not without an extension: “Please never do that pamaso panga again, remember am not musically funded by any western country my donors who are God the father son and Holy Ghost… have attached their funding with a no sodomy condition. So I don’t want to violate the deal. “

Lucius warned to the people many think staged the act.

The International Gay and Lesbian Association estimated in 2008 that homosexuality was outlawed in 38 African countries, and in at least 13 African countries, homosexuality was legal or there were no laws pertaining to it.

Good News: Since 2011, some developed countries have been considering or implementing laws that limit or prohibit general budget support to countries that restrict the rights of homosexuals.

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