There was drama in town Wednesday after a chokora was found in the ‘act’ with a fellow male counterpart.
The ‘act’ was not received well by the locals who saw it as inhuman.
According to the fellow street boys, the two were in a trench enjoying the forbidden act when they were flushed out.
An effort by the two to escape the irate group did not bear fruits as they were chased down and beaten by the locals.
They were undressed and frog matched as locals watched.
“This is a very bad show. Despite one being a chokora does not give them the right to engage in such ungodly behaviour as that,” said Osman Omar.
Diana Mule noted that she was shocked when the two were flushed out but added that it did not give the locals a right to beat up the two.
“I have no problem with the two engaging in the act as much as it is not in God’s line but it does not give the locals the right to beat up the two. The act did not harm anyone,” noted Mule.
One of the street boys highlighted that some of the senior ones had formed such habit of molesting the younger ones.
“They are going to be a lesson to the others. Some of them have formed a habit of molesting the younger ones and using them as their wives. I am glad the two were caught so that they become a warning to the rest,” said one of the street boys only identified as Dogo.
They were later whipped and allowed to go.
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