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Boy-Girl Prostitute Nabbed


Michael Afranie: The Gay BoyBoy-Girl Prostitute Nabbed

22 June 2013

SEVENTEEN-YEAR-old Michael Afranie alias Kofi, who allegedly posed as a female prostitute around the Biggies Spot at Community 7 in Tema, is in the grips of the police.

Kofi is currently assisting the Tema Community 1 District Police Command in investigations after he was exposed by some prostitutes at the port city.

According to acting District Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Victor Amedeker, the suspect was brought to the station by some people who had rescued him from a mob attack after he was found to have dressed like a woman to deceive men who were interested in the services of prostitutes According to the police, the 17-yearold would be charged with impersonation after investigations.

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Narrating his version of events at the police station, Kofi claimed he was gay and that he was introduced into the act by a friend when they were in basic school in Kumasi.

He failed to disclose the exact number of men he had had sex with but nodded his head in agreement when DAILY GUIDE asked if they were more than 100.

Kofi, who was spotted in a mini skirt, vest, black ladies’ jacket and a pair of ladies sandals and spoke in a tone similar to that of a lady, said that he relocated from Kumasi to Tema on the advice of his two gay friends. He mentioned their names as Lovelace and Emma.

He said he arrived in Tema on June 10, 2013, and added that they resided and operated around the Community 1 Market at night.

He said one of his friends, whose name he refused to mention, had been taken ill and sent back to Kumasi.

Kofi said his mother is aware that he is gay and added that the least they charged in the sex trade was GH¢25.

He added that they occasionally received GH¢100 for sleeping with other men.

He claimed on June 19, 2013, one of the female prostitutes accosted him and proposed to be his friend, which he readily accepted.

“This lady asked me to join her and some of her friends at a table and asked if I cared for a drink. I politely turned her offer down and continued to sit there with them when suddenly this same lady expressed desire in sucking my breast.

Realizing that I might be found I flatly turned that too down and told her that I did not engage in such acts.

“The lady forcefully squeezed my breasts and as soon as she realized that I was not a woman she raised the alarm which drew the attention of her friends and some other persons present at the spot,” he claimed.

He said the lady used her shoes to hit him in the face before he was whisked away by some people who later handed him over to the police.

Kofi further claimed that a man approached him in the same area he was arrested and he had sex with him after offering GH¢50.

He said, “I dressed like a lady because I did not want the prostitutes to report me to the police that I am gay. My friends told me that the prostitutes will not take it kindly if they found out my true identity. I am told that they will also see me as someone who wants to take away some of their clients.”

A search in his ladies’ bag revealed three wrappers of condoms, three lipglosses, two deodorant-spray, a comb and four wrist beads.

In an effort to confirm that he is indeed gay, Michael removed his pant, bent down and showed his wide anus to this paper.

FROM Razak Mardorgyz Abubakar & Vincent Kubi, Tema



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