45 responses

  1. Simba
    February 24, 2017

    U did well,.. If u had cowered in shame and resigned to fate, they would have continued perpetrating their evil.
    Kudos..

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  2. Gad
    February 24, 2017

    ” fully aware that there was no law to protect me, i knew my fate was sealed ”. This singular statement spoilt this beautiful story for me. I still cant comprehend why guys believe that thugs and idiots have the right to batter them physically and disposses them of their belongings on the excuse of being gay or bisexual. No one has the right to lay hands on another or disposses him of his property extra judicially. I was happy that your family took the right actions. Im so disappointed at you for backing out on the case. Know your rights and the workings of our laws and use it to bring criminals to justice. Another known fact is that your assailants are gays who robs other gays.

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    • Dennis Macaulay
      February 24, 2017

      Sometimes we talk as if we are not all in this country and we don’t know what is happening. You didn’t see when they recognized who his father was? This is a family of some means and influence which they deployed to the fullest advantage and got justice. This is not the story of all gay people who run into this sort of thing. The law will not be on your side, the security agencies will not be on your side. Let’s not talk as if everything is suddenly fair and great in Nigeria please.

      It is best we all exercise caution when hooking up, especially if you don’t have a family influential enough to pull through for you. Let him who has ears, hear

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      • Gad
        February 24, 2017

        I know that there are instances where some policemen act unproffessionaly but its not always the case. Let me just relate two incidences that i was aware of. A guy came to report the theft of his laptop to me in a manner similar to the story Bee told us this morning. I asked if he can locate the address and he said yes. All i did was to put school him on how to present his case at the police station in that area. What to say and what not to say including the likely reaction from the laptop thief and how to act. To cut a long story short, he reported the theft of his laptop without being accompanied by me though he kept briefing me as the case progresses. The laptop was recovered and the thief detained. Note that that boy was only 23 then and an orphan. If you are still not satisfied, i will get another 23 yr old to come here and relate his encounter with 2 soldiers. Its sad when younger guys relate with older and more experienced ones and learnt nothing.

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      • Mandy
        February 24, 2017

        On a more serious note, Gad, could you perhaps put this your advice down on possible ways victimized gay guys can go about rectifying their situations, and get it across to PP to be published? I feel your point of view, and it needs to leave the comments section for us to derive wisdom from.

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  3. Mac nuel
    February 24, 2017

    Gad that was the best he could do, cos imagine once it get to court, dear lord he would have wished he never prolonged the case, questions will be asked and sure I doubt if he could stand it all. So that’s just the best.

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    • Gad
      February 24, 2017

      My dear, like I said earlier, lets try and acquaint ourselves with our laws and its working. If that case has gone to court, what the court will require to get from the prosecution is a proof that some criminals meted out violence on a citizen and stole his belongings. Im aware that the defense counsel might want to ask questions that will incriminate him as gay but the prosecution will raise objections and one will be surprised if the trial judge does not sustain the objections since it clearly has nothing to do with the case.

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      • Tiercel de Claron
        February 24, 2017

        Thank you.

        Nigerians,generally,have a long way to go,with respect to making use of the law to aid their cause.
        This would have been a case of criminality,had it been pursued.
        Bringing up the issue of being gay would be a distraction no judge would allow.

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      • Gad
        February 24, 2017

        Thanks, bro. Its really sad how we allow ourselves to be matched on in the name of fear.

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      • dapo
        March 6, 2017

        only one GAD replies perfectly well to messages and stories
        are yuo I’m ADO at the moment

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  4. Edo
    February 24, 2017

    So how does one meet people now? for someone as paranoid as I am. My recent man jam chat buddy will never see me. I cannot even deal.

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    • MagDiva
      February 24, 2017

      St Francis looks like you have competition

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      • shuga chocolata
        February 24, 2017

        @MD my Bae has outgrown that stage.

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      • Francis
        February 24, 2017

        Ehen, since when did I scale that stage ? ????. Biko I no do anything GRINDR etc. Even random Facebook chat I no do….. maka ndi screenshots

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      • Pink Panther
        February 24, 2017

        ???? The fear of screenshots is the beginning of wisdom, my brother.

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  5. KryxxX
    February 24, 2017

    Its obvious that Some people are back and hell bent on announcing their return by being controversial………as always. Sounding as if they fell off the sky and not living in the same Nigeria we live everyday were authority doesnt recognize you as long as you don’t have the influence which comes with money! Daalu! We have seen you!

    #NP Till it happens to you – Lady Gaga

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    • Dennis Macaulay
      February 24, 2017

      Like!!!

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    • Tiercel de Claron
      February 24, 2017

      *sigh*

      Same cowardly route of fear of state institutions and “respect for constituted authority” which makes the average Nigerian meekly lie down to be trod upon.

      We’re yet in Ezeagu,quite a long way to go for us.

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    • Mitch
      February 24, 2017

      Thank you oh, Kryxx. Ha puta, ha na-eme ka Saint Pius Imintu. Like we all don’t know the realities in this damned country

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  6. Delle
    February 24, 2017

    Seems this one took care of his kito situation. Thank you for your bravery. Nice one.

    Umm on the other hand, why do you want to come out to your parents? It goes beyond this and you have to be sure you have other reasons to want to come out to them.

    OAN, this Jacob guy is quite fine.

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    • Francis
      February 24, 2017

      Asin eh, what a waste ?????

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  7. sinnex
    February 24, 2017

    Nice one. I like the way you handled the case. You did well.
    To those saying he should have let the case gone further don’t know what they are talking about. I have been in court on the witness stand representing my office. I know what I went through. This is coming from someone who had nothing to lose or gain from the case. The questions from the prosecuting counsel was something else. As long as the guy got his stuffs and 2 of the guys involved were expelled from school, I think that is enough punishment. If Bee wants to take the case further, he can do it by getting some people to deal with them and not the courts. All the guys involved need to do is to get a good lawyer who is hungry to win a case and they would win the case. The case would drag on for a long time and it might bring shame to the family and affect Bee’s plans for the future.

    In other news, the dark guy is cute, unfortunately he is also stupid.

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  8. Dennis Macaulay
    February 24, 2017

    I know all these people who tell you how to act in the face of kito and what you didn’t do properly. I have seen them before, when shit hits the fan they won’t even pick your calls.

    See when you run into this mess you will realize you are entirely on your own. Don’t let anyone deceive you, use your head!!!

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  9. Khaleesi
    February 24, 2017

    @Bee, am so glad your story ended well-ish … you are obviously a strong person, kudos! A kito experience is utterly traumatising and a traumatised person often cant make rational decisions… Please always keep that in mind.

    Its obvious that a lot of hungry Nigerians now see gays as an easy and vulnerable target to line their pockets as well as act out their homophobic hate. Please please please be careful, truth is you cant be too careful these days! some stories I’ve heard recently leave me with goosebumps …

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  10. Kenny
    February 24, 2017

    This would have been the perfect opportunity for you to come out to your family….. It’ll be hard at first but it’ll get easier. Trust me. If it comes up again, you can choose to come out.

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  11. posh666
    February 24, 2017

    These two are obviously gays who are setting up other gays..So glad they were expelled,if they have sense that’s enough lesson for them to desist from such inhumane act.

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  12. posh666
    February 24, 2017

    And so sad to break this news but kito is now very rampant in the north too especially in states like Kano, Adamawa and Gombe..Honestly no matter where I was before in the country I was always happy to return back home to the north cos it was a safe haven,far more better than any other part of the country but right now bad things are happening and I believe it has to do with the whole recession and increasing rate of poverty. ..

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  13. Gad
    February 24, 2017

    I believe that this forum is to educate ourselves and share ideas. One should either take or leave what was proffered. No reason for all the ghetto-like attacks that are coming forth in the name of comments. If you are being blackmailed into giving up your estate to fellow gays because you feel the law only works when you are highly placed or have connections and you give in, fine. Its your business. NEVER AGAIN WILL I JOIN ISSUES WITH ANYONE HERE. I will express my honest opinion when i feel like and it ends there. The worst I would do will be to make clarifications where and when necessary

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    • Dennis Macaulay
      February 24, 2017

      ???????????

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      • ambivalentone
        February 24, 2017

        *snorts*

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    • Francis
      February 24, 2017

      And here I was wishing you’d impose another exile on ya sef ???

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  14. Agbi
    February 24, 2017

    Na wa kito even in bokkos of all places hmmmmm thank God it came out well.

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  15. Canis VY Majoris
    February 24, 2017

    Finally a kito story that I can smile at how it ended.

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  16. Bain
    February 24, 2017

    cheers to pink panther ?…for creating this avenue to share our stories and educate ourselves.

    All these kito stories should teach us to be wiser,nobody is smiling at the gay-kind…
    let’s just stick together,and learn…in due time our ordeals would be a thing of the past.

    @bee you are smart and intelligent,it could HV been worse, trust me.
    cheers to pinkie again.

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  17. Dickson’ clement
    February 24, 2017

    As my father will always say… Its only someone who is alive that can tell a story.

    If you are in a kito situation do everything in your power to stay alive…
    While you have plans building up in you head, make sure you will be alive to tell the story…

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  18. Tali
    February 24, 2017

    Your story is amazing. Its a good thing your family name helped you. I just hope the punishment metted out to those guys will teach them a lesson.
    We’re in a country where we are unprotected. All one can do in such situations is use his head. Kudos Bee. Funny how I’m in Jos too(I’ll remember this story everytime and be weary of these people).

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  19. peaches
    February 24, 2017

    Ha. God help us. You re just brave. but this kind of story makes me want to be celibate. on my own. I don’t want nsogbu!

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  20. Chuck
    February 24, 2017

    LOL at Gad. When you were insulting others you didn’t think it was wrong.

    If your argument is strong it will convince the right people. It doesn’t have to convince the ones that respond to every comment.

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  21. Francis
    February 24, 2017

    If there’s one thing I’ve learnt from personal experience, it is to know when to let go before shit gets nasty as fuck. Do not allow the devil(s) to use you cause they won’t be around to epp like DM said. Ndi Judas Iscariot. ????

    Bee you do well man. Thank God it ended well.

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  22. Xavier Thicc
    February 25, 2017

    This is bad …but its good it ended well..I like it…You were brave,its something we should learn about..

    Why did this happen now that I just came into Jos yesterday for a colleague’s wedding?

    If anybody as much as say hi or hello at the reception,I will just form deaf and dumb(kuruma) in Hausa..

    I want to attend this wedding in peace and leave biko..

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  23. KingBey
    February 27, 2017

    Everything in Nigeria is just problem. Sombori cannot just Fuck or get Fucked in peace again? Nsogbu erika ! Lemme coman be going

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    • Pink Panther
      February 27, 2017

      It’s an Odiegwu somtin, my brother.

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  24. Petros
    March 17, 2017

    Please when did this actually happen? Cos I was also a victim sometime around September last year but because I didn’t have anyone or from a financially strong family I had to let it go trusting the law of karma to get them. So could this be it? I recognize the dark guy perfectly.

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    • Bee
      May 16, 2017

      This happened September 26 and ended October 3. This could be the Karma you prayed for after all.

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  25. Zizi
    March 23, 2017

    Serves them ryt.

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