A story that broke in Monitor Sunday.
A child, sexually abused. A boy abused by a man. The mother seeks justice- and the child is thrown out of school.
The stigma of the offence is noted. But the child is more or less identified, with a photo, name of the village, and the school where the child comes from. The mother is identified.
The medics are worried about him turning out to be a homosexual. (Has he been recruited?) So, he needs ‘intense counselling’ ‘to minimise the trauma and restrain him from inadvertently embracing homosexuality’.
Poor little boy. He is a victim, and his world has turned on him and will persecute him. Why? Because the crime is what our world deems ‘homosexuality’.
Here is the sad story.
An 11-year-old boy allegedly sodomised by a Local Council official in
The sexual attack, now a subject of discussion at homes in Lunyo village, has somewhat eluded the attention of key government officials – 32 days on - as the victim’s mother (names withheld), struggles to secure conviction of the suspect.
PS. Don’t miss the fact that we, as in gay activists, are somehow being blamed for the whole saga. That is my country.