Two police witnesses have added another dimension to the controversy surrounding the purported failed sex party in Kaduna state, as they told the court on Monday that there was no sex party on the 27 December, 2020 at Asher restaurant and lounge.
The two witnesses were presented by the prosecutor, Shola Olodowa.
The witnesses gave evidences, during the cross extermination, of what transpired on the said date but both agreed that there was no sex party.
Asher Kings and Queens Restaurant and Lounge, located at Sabon Tasha, in Kaduna, was demolished on December 31, days after “Kaduna Sex Party” poster appeared in public.
The demolition was carried out by Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Agency (KASUPDA) on the order of Mr El-Rufai, who alleged that the party was to be held at Asher.
The owner, Aisha Yakubu who said she lost one-month pregnancy due to the trauma she suffered as she watched the demolition of her property, debunked the government’s claim and said there was no plan to use her property for the said sex party.
ASP Alfa Yahaya who led the operation informed the court that he saw a crowd, some of them dressed half nicked and not serving COVID-19 protocol. He said many of them ran away when they sighted the presenceof police.
On his part, detective Adamu said he went for the operation after the
officer in-charge sent him a flyer of the said sex party on WhatsApp.
“He said the flyer did not carry any venue, then another chat
indicated that it was going to be at Asher restaurant and lounge. When
we arrested three of the respondents, they wrote their statement which
I read to them and we both signed,” he said.
The presiding Judge, Chief Magistrate Benjamin Hassan adjourned to the
22nd February, 2021 for continuation of hearing while the bail granted
the suspects continues.