Last week, a mob in Ablekuma community, Ghana lynched one of the community guy by name Ali Musah and partner they perceive to be gays. The mob on Tuesday 14 February at about 05:45pm ambushed Ali and his partner after they were heard making love to each other through Ali’s bathroom window.
The accused gays were beaten and chased by an increasingly angry mob until they fled into a nearby police station, the angry mob flocking into the police station to demand the release of the homosexuals to them.
The mob shouted you homosexuals, showing their shoes (an Islamic custom to show contempt) and demanding the victims of their attacks to show their face to the camera. Reports indicate that a large group of young men gathered at the police station demanding the release of the victims.
The mob wanted the homosexuals to come out to face their wrath. There was a heated discussion between the mob and the police personnel.
The police sprayed pepper spray to disperse the youths. Eventually the accused guys could come out and escape. The angry youths started burning car tiers and also destroyed signs and properties belonging to police service. They criticized the police for helping the homosexuals flee.
The youth stated categorically that the homosexuals are still in their wanted books and will never want to see them in and around the community because the next time they do, they will make sure they’re beaten to death.