Bisi Alimi is a Nigerian gay rights activist.
He is a public speaker, blog writer and HIV/LGBT advocate.
He is the first Nigerian to gain international attention.
Bisi Alimi was born in the Mushin district of Lagos.
He joined the Alliance Rights Nigeria (ARN) in 2002 as a Programme Director and sexual health services and support.
In his capacity as ARN Programme Director, he was at the heart of developing the Nigerian MSM HIV prevention framework in 2004.
forced to flee Nigeria following threats to his life.
Bisi Alimi is a recipient of and nominee for several awards.
He has also been included in the “Independent on Sunday” Pink List of most influential LGBT people.
Alimi gained notoriety in 2004 when he became the first Nigerian gay man to appear on Nigerian national television as a guest.
However, his controversial interview on national television in 2004 had become catalyst.
Bisi Alimi has shared Juicy photos of himself as he posed in front of a mirror.
From the look of things, the gay rights activist had gone for a swim and decided to take some mirror selfies and share the scantily-clad photos with his friends and followers.