Alleged gay principal escapes lynching in Anambra

Kamil Mahmud

The intervention of the police in Anambra State has spared Modestus Eze, the Principal of Seat of Wisdom Secondary School, Okija, in the Ihiala Local Government Area, from being lynched by a few young people of the community.

Report gathered that PUNCH Metro gathered that the young people had raged the school to assault the principal when they heard that he supposedly had intercourse with a 17-year-old male student of the school.

It was gathered that the presence of the young people at the school caused perplexity, as policemen appended to the Okija Police Division hustled to the school and spared the primary.

A source in the school stated, “It was the police that spared the man. He would have been dead at this point.

“We learnt that amid the perplexity in the school, the man got away. No one knows his whereabouts.”

The Anambra State Police Public Relations Officer, Haruna Umar, affirmed the story.

He stated, “There was a revealed instance of unnatural offense against one Modestus Eze, the Principal of Seat of Wisdom Secondary School, Okija.

“The speculate supposedly had an unlawful fornication with of a male student of 17 years of age, against the request of nature.

“The scene was visited by police investigators connected to the Okija division and the casualty was taken to the doctor’s facility for therapeutic examination.

“A few charms and fetish divinities covered with red substance suspected to be blood, were likewise found in some disconnected rooms on the school premises.

“It took the mediation of the Divisional Police Officer and some famous people in the region to reestablish commonality and mollify the rampaging adolescents from acting as a vigilante.

“The suspect is still on the run and endeavors are being strengthened to catch him so as to convey him to equity.”

He said the school was being watched by the police, while examination was continuous.

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