A Malawian health expert says there is no need to advocate for gay rights because the sexual orientation is a medical condition and it is reversible.
One of the country’s nutritionists, Humphrey Nali, says there is no need to struggle in legalizing homosexual rights because the country has homosexual reversing systems available which can be alternative measures to solving the current issue.
“These gay and lesbian conditions are reversible and we have been meeting these people and treating them,” said Nali.
The expert explained that gayness and lesbianism is a problem that comes in people due to loss of signal homogeny balance as a result of zinc insufficiency in the body.
He said this problem can be treated and people can become normal again.
The nutritionist also said gays’ problems are similar to those of people who lost sense of smell, a problem which health experts treat.
According to Nali, abnormal changes in menstruation and heart problems are some signs that lead to lesbianism in women while abnormal prostate glands in males which mostly affect their brain can lead to homosexuality.
Some of the women who go for family planning services are likely to be affected by the problem due to loss of zinc and when treated they start experiencing normal sexual feelings.
Lately, there have been hot disagreements among human rights activists, religious bodies and the public on whether to legalize gay marriages in the country.
In Malawi, homosexuality is believed to be against culture and to be a sin against God.