Oyo Police arrest 31-year old single-mother over lesbianism - THE LIVING GUIDE

Oyo Police arrest 31-year old single-mother over lesbianism

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By Our Correspondent
Oyo State police command is said to have declared Ogunnusi Olayinka wanted for engaging in lesbianism.

Trouble was said to have started for Olayinka when the police recently arrested one Bola Balogun at Oke Ado area of Ibadan for engaging in same sex with her housemaid.

The angry neighbours of Bola were however said to have alleged that the 31-year-old single-mother of one coerced her maid into the shameful act.

They claimed that Bola was fond of victimising the young girl because of her refusal to engage in same sex with her but that the maid eventually began to cave in for fear of being thrown into the street.

The maid was said to be an orphan and that none of the family members in far away bandit ravaged Zamfara State was willing to give helping hand, hence her decision to continue living with Bola.

The police were however said to have been notified of this illegal act of Bola and it was in the course of investigation that Bola told the police that it was Ogunnusi Olayinka that introduced her into lesbianism in year 2010.

Bola allegedly told the police that Olayinka was like a godmother to her showing her so much love while they both attended same church.

Meanwhile, our Correspondent gathered that about a year ago, a popular politician in Bashorun area, Ibadan had lodged a complaint with the police against Olayinka for engaging in lesbianism with one of her daughters, Temitope.

Olayinka and one other friend, Eweje Janet were said to have been caught in the heinous act with the politician's daughter.

Efforts made by police to get Olayinka  arrested to account for her illegal sexual act proved abortive as she was said to have ran to a friend, one Ifetola Akinsanmi in Ondo State.

The police had reportedly trailed Olayinka to Ifetola’s residence around Ile Oluji motor park in Ondo but ifetola was said to confirmed that Olayinka indeed visited her but claimed going back to Ibadan few days after, and that all efforts made to get in touch with her had failed.

The family members were also said to have told the police that they do not know Olayinka's whereabout.

The police have therefore declared  Olayinka wanted urging people with vital information about her to contact Oyo State police command.

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