Some days ago Lodega reported the incident of an alleged gay principal of a school in Anambra who was saved by the police from mob lynching over suspicion of intimate relations with a teenage student.
According to the police the alleged gay principal of Seat of Wisdom Secondary School, Okija, in the Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, Modestus Eze, allegedly operated five shrines and a church within the school school premises.
Eze, who escaped being lynched by the community youths on Tuesday after he allegedly had s.e.xual intercourse with a 17-year-old male student of the school, is reportedly on the run.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the State, Muhammed said, “The suspect is still on the run and all efforts are being put into motion to arrest him.’’
It was gathered that before the matter went public, the principal was, allegedly, through coercion initiating his students into a gay occult group.
Eze, who doubles as the proprietor and principal of the school, was also allegedly leading a Pentecostal church as well as five shrines on the school premises.
A community source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, explained how Eze’s victims were locked up in a room with threats to submit their names in his shrines if they refused or revealed his sexual assault on them.
A victim who does not want his name in print alleged that he was charmed into submitting to Eze’s sexual desire.
He said, “Our proprietor did something to me and thereafter I lost all consciousness. When I came to, I discovered that blood was coming out of my anu.s. It dawned on me that I had been sexually assaulted.
“Five toilets in the school were converted into shrines and sacrificial chambers.”
Mohammed confirmed that Eze was caught having sex with the teenager who attended his school.