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Mother video records three-year-old twin boys in homosexual act

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Mother video records three-year-old twin boys in homosexual act

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, has ordered that three-year-old twin boys, who were caught practicing homosexuality, be separated from their mother immediately. A video clip, which showed how the twins were practising, was shot by their mother, who separated from their father a year ago.

 

When the video clip got to Imohimi, he became furious and immediately visited the twins’ mother’s home at the Ajah area of the metropolis, in the company of some officials of the Ministry of Youth and Social Development. The children were immediately removed from their mother.

 

Addressing parents of the children shortly before they were taken away by the Ministry, Imohimi said: “We cannot allow these children to be brought up under this condition.” The CP further said: “It’s obvious an adult is teaching them this act! We must determine who the persons are.

 

Having watched the video clip and discussed with the Gender Unit of the Command, I’m of the opinion that we can’t entrust these children into care of their mother until we established what happened.” The twins’ mother, Patience Ishua, said: “I shot the video clip and sent it to their father, so that he could see the damage he had done to the children. He left me for an old woman.

 

Their father usually comes to pick the children, but whenever they return, they would be acting strangely and using vulgar words. At times, they would be complaining of pains in anus.

 

“Their teacher even said that they were stooling blood. When I complained to him, he wouldn’t listen. The first day I saw them doing it was when I video recorded them as an evidence. My pastor is even aware of the case. They have conducted deliverance on them.” The father of the twins, who gave his name as Ekanta, described their mother’s claim as false.

 

He insisted that she had never drawn his notice to the act, except through the video clip. He added: “I was so shocked when I saw the clip because she didn’t even express any surprise while recording them. We separated barely a year because she was extremely violent.”

 

Imohimi, however, said that the matter would be taken before the law court to determine their suitability for parenthood

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