Mubashiru Yusuff and his gay partner that escaped arrest since 15 after being caught in the act by Olalekan’s ex- wife are still at large,National Wire can report.
The incident of Gay activity happened in Onikoko,Panseke area of Abeokuta,where the ex-wife was said to have always noticed her ex husband’s car.
The woman also said she had always suspected her ex husband’s gay activity was responsible for her barrenes as she claimed to have seen Yusuff kiss and hug fellow men in the past.
Yusuff and his partner were lucky to have escaped being handed over to the police after an angry mob invaded the hotel and dragged them into the main Pansheke road.
A bloody cultist rivalry clash later erupted among the students of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, leaving four persons dead and many injured as people scamper for safety following sporadic shootings.
This culminated in the suspects’ escape,according to eye witnesses.
A police source said one the suspects,Mubashir is a son of an Egba tycoon who deals in oil and gas.
“Investigation is still ongoing,all hands have been in deck in the search of the gay suspects at large since their escape.
“Even though the families denied knowing the whereabouts of the suspects, we will surely get them just like we recently arrested two men who have been dating each other, it is a taboo and it’s also against the law. The arm of the law will not spare Mudashir and Kola when they are eventually apprehended,” Police source said.
Two men, Ademola Adekunle and Okon Bassey, were the suspects recently arrested by the Police for homosexuality.
They were arrested following a complaint by Bassey who reported at the Onipanu Divisional Headquarters that Adekunle was threatening his life.
Upon his report, the DPO Onipanu, SP Sangobiyi Johnson, detailed detectives to effect the arrest of the said Adekunle.
But the case took another dimension when Adekunle explained how he was introduced to Bassey by his boss, Mandela and how Bassey had promised him N20,000 if he agreed to be his sex partner.
He further stated that Bassey had sex with him three times, resulting in him bleeding through the anus uncontrollably and Bassey refused to pay him the promised N20,000.
The Senate previously passed the anti-gay bill in November 2011. The bill was also passed on May 30, 2013 by the House of Representatives of Nigeria and signed into law by former President Goodluck Jonathan in January 2014.