Gay Persecution Intensifies in Sierra Leone … Coordinator Flees
It appears Sierra Leone has become a very hostile environment for homosexuals who are regarded as outcasts and social misfits trying to pollute our culture.
Homosexuals, otherwise called gays, are reported to have come under severe persecution from some anti-gay residents in Freetown and the coordinator of an organization called Gay for Life, Septimus John (in photo), is reported to have fled to save his precious life following persistent threats from his neighbours to murder him and his followers who are being accused of defiling their neighborhood at Edmund Street, Upper Easton Street in Freetown.
One of Septimus John’s followers, Mohamed Lamin Sesay, who also lives at Edmund Street in Freetown, is reported to have been clandestinely attacked by anti-gay activists, beaten mercilessly and wounded in the head.
Mohamed Lamin Sesay is also reported to have gone into hiding.
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