Homosexuality: Police arrests two teachers in Delta State

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The Delta State police command has confirmed the arrest of two male teachers of a secondary school (names withheld) in Agbor who were allegedly involved in homosexuality.

It was gathered that the teachers have allegedly ruined the lives of some students in the school, a popular male secondary school. According to the father of one of the students, (name withheld), the suspects had been in the act with male students for over four years before nemesis caught up with them with the arrest by the police.

They were allegedly caught in the act inside the school premises and upon interrogation, confessed to the crime. Investigation revealed that the victims are currently being treated at the Agbor General Hospital for bruises in their anus.
The police image-maker in the state, Mr. Andrew Aniamaka, who spoke to journalists yesterday in his office, confirmed the arrest of the two teachers. He said the two suspects are in grade level 10 and 12 respectively, adding: “investigation is ongoing while the suspects are being detained.”

 

This is coming days after the Lagos State government arraigned 28 adults and 12 minors before a Lagos Magistrate’s Court for allegedly engaging in homosexuality, contrary to the laws of the land. They were all arrested by the police in Owode Onirin area of the state, after being caught in the act of homosexuality at a popular hotel in the area simply known as Vintage Hotel.

 

 

 

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