By ANDREW OJIEZEL
The whereabouts of a bi-sexual lady, Miss Agatha Nwabuokei, is still unknown since late last year when the Delta State police command clamped down on Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community on the campus of Delta State University, Abraka, where she graduated from a few years ago.
Although there are fears that Agatha, 29, might have fled the country for fear of being arrested by the police, family sources could not confirm the rumour.
A graduate of Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Agatha is believed to have a female partner on the campus whom she visited often.
During the police raid which was conducted at the venue of a party secretly organised by the LGBT community in November 2015 at Abraka, scores of gay, lesbians, and bi-sexual men and women were arrested, and to face the law for breaking the provisions of the country’s anti-gay legislation.
According to police report, few suspects, including Agatha Nwabuokei, Biodun Ayo, Onome Johnson, and others, were said to have escaped.
Since the former President, Goodluck Jonathan, signed the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Act into law in January 2014, lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender suspects face a jail term of 14 years if caught.