Gay Man Beat His Apprentice To Death For Dating Woman

An artisan, Samarola Musa, has allegedly beaten his apprentice, Ademola Adeshina (pictured above), to death for his refusal to stop dating a lady in the Lugbe area of Abuja, Punchng reports.

Musa, who is facing a homicide charge at a Federal Capital Territory High Court, Gwagwalada, Abuja, is believed to have had a homosexual relationship with the 24-year-old man. .

It was learnt that an autopsy indicated that Ademola died as a result of the beating he received from Musa. The report also showed that the furniture maker had sodomised his apprentice before his death in May 2017. .

Musa, 42, in his statement to the police, said he slapped the deceased after he caught him having sex with the lady, identified simply as Precious, in his workshop, claiming that Ademola died of malaria a week after the incident. .

But Ademola’s father, Okuneye, faulted Musa’s claims, stressing that the son died from the beatings he received from the former bouncer, who he described as a huge man.
He told Punchng that Musa had once informed him that Ademola was dating a lady he did not approve of, adding that he warned the deceased to stop going out with the lady. .

The bereaved father he received a call from Precious, who narrated to him how Musa beat his son to death. He said, “The girl said she witnessed the assault and when she confronted Musa, he injured her in the leg. .

I asked if she was ready to make a statement at the police station about it and she agreed. Musa was arrested and he admitted to beating my boy because he was dating the girl. .

We did a post-mortem on the body and it showed that Ademola suffered serious internal injury from the beating. .

The autopsy also showed that the boy was sodomised; it was after this that we got to know that Musa is a well known homosexual in Lugbe and its environs; he had been sleeping with my son and he killed him because he was dating a woman.”

The accused was remanded in Kuje prisons by the court on Monday, while the case was adjourned till November 20,2017.

Source: Punch

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