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Over a Hundred ‘Gay Suspects’ Arrested by Police at a Wedding Delta Police Command

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said it has made more than 100 arrests of suspected homosexuals in the state of Delta in the South.

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On Tuesday, the command announced via its Twitter account that the suspects had been apprehended at a hotel in the state where a gay wedding was being planned.

The order went on to say that the suspects would soon be on display for the entire world to see.

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More than a hundred LGBT people getting married at a hotel were arrested by Delta State Command.

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“We will be going live on Facebook shortly to parade the said suspects,” it captioned.

Since the anti-gay law was established in 2014, NAIJASSDOR has learned that gays have been arrested and displayed by security officers.

On December 31, 2021, police in Isolo, Lagos, cracked down on a secret brothel housing homosexual men.

In 2022, 19 young adults were detained in Kano on suspicion of attending a wedding of the same sex.

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