A 26-Year-Old man identified as Ndukwe Uchenna Uduma residing at Amakama Housing Estate in Umuahia, Abia State has been caught in sodomy by a neighbour, Mr Frank.
Ndukwe who was caught red-handed having canal knowledge with the same gender in the estate faces 14 years imprisonment if found guilty by the Court of Law.
Meanwhile, Ndukwe was caught in February by his landlord Mr Okoro over the same act and escaped lynching by neighbours.
It was gathered that Mr Frank caught Ndukwe when he bashed into his room to collect his phone which he has plugged and saw him in the act.
According to Frank, he ignored the action he saw because it seems unreal to him but decided to come back for his phone to enable it fully charge as he pleaded with Ndukwe. The plan according to him was to satisfy his curiosity.
Giving a factual account of how it happened, Frank said; “I deliberately opened the door without knocking because I wanted to be sure of what I saw initially. I was shocked to see Ndukwe naked and penetrating his male visitor from behind, both were stark naked. They didn’t see me as I opened the door because oreflectiontion from the television screen served the room light as the bright bulb was switched off.
“I believe Ndukwe thought he locked the door because as I slowly push the door open, I saw the key shaft push out, meaning the key was turned to lock but the door wasn’t shut well before he turned the key to luck, probably the door curtain caused it.
“To satisfy my curiosity, I waited for a few minutes and went to his widow to peep on what lly going on, only to view them fully on the act. Flashes from the television screen helped me to have a good soft of the obvious.
“After that, I decided to go in there to pick up my phone and also to whatever ever they are doing. As I pushed the door open without knocking, Ndukwe rushed to the door sweating and he asked furiously, “What is it again? I was shocked as his eyes were red and his face was full of anger. He was covering himself on the bedspread.
He kicked my phone and charger to me and slammed the door against me furiously. I picked up my phone and switched it on as I entered my apartment only to see that my phone screen has a crack due to how Ndukwe kicked my phone into the piling in the corridor.
“With a,nger I went back, hit the door, only for Ndukwe to come out and greeted me with a hot slap which started our fight.”
Another eyewitness who also claimed to be a neighbour explained to a candireporters.com correspondent who visited the scene where Ndukwe was mobbed said; “I witnessed the fight between Frank and Ndukwe, they also exchanged insulting words for several minutes which Frank openly called him a gay and vowed to report him to law enforcement agencies. The word “gay” attracted other neighbours to know the root of their quarrel. As other neighbours started coming out, Frank got furious again about his broken phone screen and slapped Ndukwe. They started another round of fights whlatertter attracted other people in the community that mobbed Ndukwe.”
A woman who gave her name as Margret added that “it was the wood used by a member of the mob that left Ndukwe seriously injured.”
It was also said that angry youths searched the neighbourhood in anticipation to find Ndukwe’s accomplice but it was fruitless.
Information also gathered from the scene had it that the alleged bisexual suspect was whisked away by a passerby in his vehicle with the help of others who came to rescue Ndukwe without asking about what transpired.
It was also gathered that Ndukwe was new in the estate and moved in about a month ago. He is also believed to be under intensive care in an unknown medical care unit.
On further enquiry from David Okonkwo, the youth leader of the Amakama community about the incident, he simply said, “thank God am around today, they would have mobbed him to death. That is an abominable act in our land, we will never condone such in our community, the law in Nigeria prohibits that, he must face the full wrath of the law unless he’s not seen in this community again.”