Married Women Caught In Lesbian Act In Badore, Ajah-Lagos

The photo of a car belonging to one of the women damaged by the mob in Ajah, Lekki Lagos

LAGOS NOVEMBER 19th (NEWSRANGERS)-A house wife on November 2ND, 2017 escaped being lynched by an angry mob for alleged lesbianism at the Badore, Ajah area of Lagos State, while another was severely violated.
One of the women who was severely violated by the community mob and Baale’ (Local chief of the community) was later detained by the police.
The other woman who managed to escape with her children is currently hiding and her whereabouts is unknown as she is wanted by the local chief of the community and the law enforcement agents.
It was gathered that the women identified as Mrs.Abitoju and Mrs. Agatha, were allegedly caught having sex which drew the ire of the community.
Abitoju and Agatha were allegedly caught in Abitoju’s apartment by an elderly female neighbour (names withheld) who raised an alarm that attracted the community mob. The angry mob were alleged to have severely violated Abitoju and damaged Agatha’s car who managed to escape the mob.
A community youth leader identified as Alfa Muyiwa, narrated how the lovers were caught in the act and vowed that Mrs. Abitoju will be dealt with according to the tradition and LGBT laws of the country.
He further revealed that the community has been desecrated and various sacrifices must be carried out to cleanse the land. Furthermore, he stated that Mrs. Agatha will surely be apprehended wherever she is hiding as promised by the law enforcement agents.
It was gathered that both women’s husbands were unavailable when the incident occurred, but our correspondence was informed that Abitoju’s husband has since disowned her over the incident.
A police officer at the Ajah police station simply identified as corporal Usen told our reporter that the case has been officially reported at the Police station and still under investigation as incriminating evidences have been obtained by the police and charges will be filed shortly against the women. He also gave assurance that the fleeing Agatha will be apprehended shortly to face the music.
It has been reported that jungle justice is being meted to identified LGBT individuals daily. Some have been unlucky as they were set ablaze, molested and violated by rampaging mobs, while others have bagged various jail terms after being persecuted by law enforcement agents.
It will be recalled that on 13 January 2014, The president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the Anti-Gay / same sex marriage Prohibition Act, which parliament passed in May 2013. The law stipulates prison terms of up to 14 years for people prosecuted under the new act.

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