Nigeria: Two ladies grabbed in Edo over claimed lesbianism

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Benin (Vanguard) — Two ladies purportedly associated with gay exercises in Benin City, Edo State, are in the authority of the state Police Command.

It was found out that their capture took after a tip-off by individuals from general society who portrayed it as ‘abomination’ to the traditions and conventions of the country.

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The two charged women, (names withheld), were said to have admitted to Police Authorities that it was genuine that they were engaging in sexual relations when they were captured.

A Police source who wanted obscurity, revealed to Vanguard that the two women were captured at a motel in the Government Reservation Area (G.R.A), Benin City on October 18, 2017.

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One of the women was said to have told the Police in her confession booth articulation that she is bi-sexual and has an accomplice who had travelled outside   the country thus she wanted   to fulfill her sexual desire with the other suspect, not realizing that individuals knew about her illegal demonstrations.

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She, be that as it may, said it was her first time of taking part in sex with her assistant, taking note of that she has a ‘secret lover’ who unexpectedly was   far from Nigeria on the   day of her capture.

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