How my 'school father' introduced me to homosexuality, Auchi Poly graduate confesses


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By Jethro Ibileke

A 30-year-old graduate of Auchi Poly, Auchi, Edo State, Chinedu Ikwuagwu, has narrated how his ‘school father’ introduced him to homosexuality.

Ikwuagwu disclosed this on Tuesday while being paraded with eight other suspects for various crimes by the state police command.

He was accused of allegedly hypnotizing his victim and forcefully had anal sex with him.

In an interview with journalists, Ikwuagwu who confessed to the crime of sodomy, said he was arrested following an allegation by his victim, simply identified as Wisdom, after he had anal intercourse with him.

The remorseful suspect who said he has a fiancée he planned to get married to, apologized to the unnamed girlfriend over his shameful conduct.

According to Ikwuagwu, “I would not deny that I am not a gay, but it is not something I do often. It was my school father who introduced me into gay while I was in Auchi Poly, but I stop it after graduation until now.

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“I have a serious girlfriend (fiancee) and I don’t know how it happened. But, I thank God I am still alive. I want to apologize to my fiancee that she should forgive me,” he added.

The State police command spokesman, SP Chidi Nwabuzor, who paraded the suspects, said Ikwuagwu was arrested by the the operatives of the anti-kidnapping and cyber crime unit of the command while investigating a complaint by one Wisdom that the suspect allegedly hypnotized him and forcefully had anal sex with him.

He added that the victim also alleged that Ikwuagwu used money to lure other male teenagers and have anal sex with them.

“The suspect made a statement and confessed to the crime,” Nwabuzor said, adding that the suspect is helping the police in its investigation.

The other eight suspects were paraded for for allegedly committing various crimes ranging from kidnapping, armed robbery, cultism, attempted murder, impersonation, unlawful possession of fire arms.

Amongst them were Raymond Osara (33) and Godstime Idemudia (33), who were alleged to kidnapped a pregnant woman and her sister-in-law and demanded ₦5 million ransom from her husband.

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