WANTED: EBUKA FAITH OKWELOGU AND JAMES ISAH DECLARED WANTED FOR GAY/HOMOSEXUAL PRACTICE

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The above names individuals were hereby declared wanted by the law enforcements of Nigeria for the act of going against the law of federal republic of Nigeria that kicked against gay/homosexual practices in the country as a whole. These two were caught right in the act by an eye witness who saw them and made report of them to the community and law enforcements agency.

However, the basis on which this Forbidden act is been ascertain is of highly demanding to the fact that this act is been passed unto the Nigeria law constitution that anyone been caught in such act should face the wrath of the law to be imprisoned and sentenced to death.

Therefore, these two law defaulters (Ebuka Faith Okwelogu and James Isah) are been declared wanted on Tribunepoints Weekly publications on September 10th, 2014. The general public are being enjoined to make report of anyone whom is willing to give necessary information on how to get them apprehended for they will be rewarded handsomely by the government. However, whosoever gets hold of their whereabout anywhere in the country should not hesitate to make report or call to the law enforcements as quick as possible to swing onto action promptly.

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