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Delta State Government Uncovers Teenage Gay Cult In Warri Called “Yansh”

gay-coverOh what a name! Vanguard reports that the Delta State Government said yesterday that a cult of teenage homosexuals patronised by gay men exists in Warri.

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan, who made the disclosure in his Easter message to Deltans at the First Baptist Church, Warri, said teenagers from ages 15 to 18 belong to the sect named Yansh, and live in rented apartments close to Enerhen Junction, Warri, where men come to sleep with them.

He said: “These are our sons and men come to sleep with them. It is through the Edu Marshals Programme that we discovered them. We used to know about female harlots, now we have male harlots. Unfortunately they are young boys. There is much government can do, but there is more we can do as parents.”

Uduaghan, who noted that the country was going through trying times, challenged parents to be alive to the realities of today’s society as crimes committed daily were committed by children belonging to parents who are members of the immediate society.




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  1. That gay young boys (male harlots) exist in the former oil city of Warri is a very sad reflection of the standard of social vice that boom in this Waffi city. Since sins, crimes & other social vices thrive under an atmosphere of frustration & despair, government has the lion share to get Warri back to its feet. Parents can do virtualy nothing where poverty even in the midst of plenty rules the air.

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