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Gay Marriage: Up to 100,000 “New Irish” African citizens expected to vote No on May 22nd




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In a dramatic revelation today, it has emerged up to 100,000 “New Irish” African and Eastern European citizens are organising their people across the country to come out and vote No on May 22nd.

Christian, Muslim and African leaders have started “whatsapp” groups of up to 30,000 people per group.

Babatunde Ruwandi, originally from Nigeria told The Liberal that “Our women folk are especially against it because they believe in solidarity with women in the 3rd world who will be used as surrogacy. We expect 100% of our people to come our and Vote No”.

Muslim groups have reputedly held meetings this weekend in Dublin to organise getting their people out to vote.

Christian Pentecostal groups have said “We have 40,000 citizens in our congregation in Ireland and we bitterly oppose a same sex marriage”.

Meanwhile, the leader of the Yes campaign, Taoiseach Enda Kenny acknowledging today’s Sunday newspapers have said the Yes side are “in freefall”, has yet again reiterated his demands for people come out and vote Yes.

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