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  1. Kenny
    February 4, 2019

    Your dad is just like my dad, only difference is after helping me out and protecting me our relationship soured and we don’t talk anymore…..

    But Obinna though, at 16 I was a very happy go lucky boy not plotting evil things like this. Hian!!!!!

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  2. R.A.O
    February 4, 2019

    Your father is everything a parent should be to their child.- unconditionally loving and protective. And you are what we should all be- uneconomical with the truth about who we are, even in the face of the temptation to be.

    <3 <3 <3

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  3. Lammy
    February 4, 2019

    oh my God…i really feel for u Owen…you are really strong.
    Your Dad is the best I’m glad you have such a Dad
    Your story really touched me.

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  4. K
    February 4, 2019

    That right there is the kind of father I want to (and am) going to be!

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  5. Buddha
    February 4, 2019

    The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable.

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  6. Bells
    February 4, 2019

    Am tempted to ask if ur dad is Nigerian cos his type are in short supply on this side of the divide and u re one bold and truthful 16 year old

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  7. Ima
    February 4, 2019

    Too young for this pain poor child

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  8. bamidele
    February 4, 2019

    A very touching story. A great father. Only a very few of such kind of fathers exists in Nigeria. and I am also thrilled that your father is probably not one of these so called strickt christians or muslims, because they are usually the ones who would rather see their children dead for being gay; even though their religions were supposed to preach love and reconcilliation, not hatred!

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    • Merlin
      February 5, 2019

      So true. Very difficult to find such Nigerian parents who wouldn’t curse or disown their children at the first moment.

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      • Pink Panther
        February 5, 2019

        Fortunately, such parents, the ones who won’t curse or disown their queer children, rare as they may be, truly exist.

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  9. Canis VY Majoris
    February 4, 2019

    You’re so fortunate to have such a Father.

    Cherish him and make him proud.

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  10. Shadow
    February 4, 2019

    What a stroy.. Your dad is everything.

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  11. Kamsi
    February 4, 2019

    This is the type of dad every guy needs.

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  12. Bhawscity
    February 4, 2019

    I do really think is time Nigeria implemented the age 18 as a mandatory age to enter university or be in SSS3. Many of us are naive at that stage, being 15, 16 or 17.
    Your dad seems cool, not like an average Nigerian dad and your guardian is smart too. Jisike

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  13. Whisperer
    February 4, 2019

    The MVP of this story is your dad. You on the other should know the friends you keep. Someone who steals your phone and lies is NOT YOUR FRIEND! That’s all I’m going to say.

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  14. mike
    February 4, 2019

    Holyshit, I use to think I was the only one kitoed in school, na so I for commit sucide over nothing, this is why the internet exist I guess, sharing experiences. Lol, nigga sorry. **laughs**

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  15. Francis
    February 4, 2019

    😳😳😳😳😳 This your papa suppose be case study. Thoughts going through my head, “he’s exposed to obodo oyibo things, he could be lgbt and gets your struggles, he’s not a religious prick, he doesn’t give a fuck about anyone but his blood”

    You lucky die man

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  16. Horace
    February 4, 2019

    It’s absolutely horrible the things that LGBTQIA+ people go through in this country. Imagine being subjected to all these at such a tender age. The only thing unnatural about homosexuality is homophobia.

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  17. Foxy
    February 4, 2019

    What a story..You dad really deserves some accolades🏆🏆🏆🥉🥉🥉and to you..You been truthful was the key in all you did..this is to tell us to be mindful of people we call friends..happy for you..the rainbow always win

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  18. Maycakes
    February 5, 2019

    God bless ur papa for me……….. But u need to ask him questions

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  19. trystham
    February 5, 2019

    Oh, and say ‘Hi’ and ‘Thank you’ to ur guardian the next time you call her. You do know that you are surrounded by people who genuinely care for u?

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  20. J
    February 5, 2019

    Nice one, sorry about your sad experience. The part on using condoms got me, giving oral is as unsafe as having anal sex without condoms. You can get STDs through oral sex, don’t be deceived. Always stay safe.

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    • Merlin
      February 5, 2019

      So true most people don’t even realize that one can get genital herpes from oral sex. That’s why it’s important to always put a condom on before oral sex.

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      • Pink Panther
        February 5, 2019

        It’s always important to put a condom on before oral sex? As in on the dick before you suck it?

        Lol. I mean, I know stuff can be caught from sucking dick, but really, condom usage during oral sex is ALWAYS important? Do you do it always? How does it feel? #GenuinelyCurious

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  21. Tristan
    February 5, 2019

    Yeah, it isn’t enjoyable wearing condoms during oral sex. However, it should be an absolute must. Have you ever asked yourself why some condoms come in different flavours?

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    • Pink Panther
      February 5, 2019

      So you get sucked wearing a condom? And you only suck rubbered dick?

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      • Tj
        February 5, 2019

        Lol! I really need to know how it feels to be sucked on condoms.

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      • Kelvin
        February 5, 2019

        PP I’m stunned by this also, I’m actually rolling on the floor laughing while reading this most especially your savage reply 😂😂😂”you only suck rubber dick”

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  22. Yazz
    February 7, 2019

    Wow your father really came through for you oo.
    Reminds me of that part in GOT where Tywin Lannister would still have burnt down the whole world for his lesser loved son Tyrion.. despite their differences..

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  23. Ay
    August 29, 2019

    I felt I was reading my own ‘kito’ story in Level 100 of my university days. My dad and big sister were the ones I had to call (although I had to twist the plot since they don’t know of my sexuality) to get me the huge amount of money my abductors demanded. The sad part of mine is, it was done by a group of police officers, who took me to their training depot, seized my then-latest iPhone as well as my partner’s, forced us to write implicating reports even though we didn’t have sex or threatened to drive us to my Hall’s forecourt, disgrace us there in the morning before taking us to the police to arrange us before court since homosexuality is abominable in the Ghanaian Constitution. It was a traumatic moment for me. I came into contact with slaps and severe beatings for the first time in my life and even sustained an injury on my arm, which I’m scared and ashamed of looking. I hope to share it with readers here one day. Lying down here at 2:40 am, while reading, I’m shedding tears I vowed never to shed on that incident. My wounds just got bruised. We are human too and these people should at least have mercy on us. We didn’t choose this upon ourselves. This is sad.

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