Some Security officers raided the residence of one, Mr Theophilus Uzowulu, a deceased in search of his daughter Mrs. Patience Uzowulu in Akatta, Imo yesterday in respect of previous information gathered from a reliable source, sequel to a report of LGBTQ+ activities received in their office on December 9, 2013, in which investigation was going on underground with the hope that the perpetrators would be caught and arrested unaware by the police authority.
The information we gathered through our reporter stated that the woman was caught in sexual activities with her female partner called Dimma Igbo through her brother in-law named Fredrick Nwodo at her residence in Festac, Lagos and the incident was reported to the nearest police station, but she was not at home when the police came to arrest her after the incident and since then they have been on the lookout for her.
The police said her sexual orientation was not in tandem with the Marriage Act of Nigeria. While disassociating themselves from bisexual allegations, the residents said they have not set their eyes on Mrs. Amara Patience Uzowulu since the allegation was levelled against her on December 9, 2013, and all efforts to look for her proved abortive.
Some people notified the police that they saw her in Benin where she lodged at a hotel, but she had travelled out of the country when she realized that police was looking for her and as at today her neigbours have not set their eyes on her.
However, our reporter also gathered from one of the residents that her sexual partner Dimma is nowhere to be found as no one knows her in that neighborhood.
According to one of the officers which sorted to remain anonymous, he said since their families have failed in their responsibility to train their daughters and prohibit them against the Bisexual habit which is against the law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the police authority will not fold their arms and allow this act to escalate to the entire community due to the fact that Bisexual relationship violates the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The officers did not believe the response gotten from her Neighbours but vowed to continue their search and investigation on Amara and Dimma.
It was confirmed that they need to be arrested to face the law.