Businesswoman Nearly Lynch Over Alleged Involvement In Lesbianism

A woman, Mariam Usman escaped lynching by the youth of Ablekuma Joma, a suburb of the Greater Accra Region over involvement in lesbianism.

The Woman, who is affectionately called “Hajia”, was targeted by some vigilante groups operating within Ablekuma Joma for allegedly protecting young girls believed to have been practising lesbianism.

According to a source close to this portal, the vigilante groups accused Mariam Usman and launched a serious attack on her on her way home.

She was beaten to pulp, others carried sticks and other weapons as a way of teaching her lessons.

Hajia Mariam Usman’s crime was protecting and helping these young girls in the neighbourhood.

Hajia had to flee town from the vigilante groups for safety.

Her escape did not go down well with the members of the community especially the anti-homosexuality groups, who vent their anger on any of her family members for not revealing her hideout.

Due to the number of phone call threats, she decided to flee the country for a safer place.

The source further indicated that the vigilante group spreading information to other communities to be on the lookout for Hajia Usman.

The impeccable source has hinted that the vigilante group stormed the residence of her sick dad demanding the whereabouts of his daughter but the dad insisted he had not seen her in a while.

They entered the house brandishing machetes and weapons, shooting sporadically whilst chanting and saying “where is the traitor”, alleged the source.

The vigilante groups, prior to all their actions, have alerted the Ghana Police on their nefarious activities in search of Hajia Mariam Usman.

Lesbianism attack at Ablekuma Joma

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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