Police set to arrest homosexual Alpha Kargbo & Co

Police set to arrest homosexual Alpha Kargbo & Co
A local daily newspaper in Freetown has published that it has gathered that one Alpha Kagbo who was residing at Black Hall Road community, in the Eastern end part of Freetown, is currently on the run as the people of Black Hall road community and the police have declared him wanted because he is believed to be a Gay.
According to report gathered so far, Alpha Kargbo and Mohamed Kamara are young lovers who have been in relationship since their childhood. 
This press can also confirm that Alpha Kargbo was a busser and at the same time assistant teacher of the Quarry Community Primary School at Benz garage, Black hall road, Black Hall Road in the eastern of Freetown and he was later dismissed from the school because he was caught with his lover Mohamed Kamara.
 This press can further disclosed that in August 20, 2016 at around 2:30am, Alpha Kargbo and Mohamed Kamara were caught at Black Hall Community, PWD market whilst kissing each other and when people of the community sought to arrest him,  he put up stiff resistant and in the process he severely injured two community members. The matter was later reported to the police and he was declared wanted by police.
On behalf of the Black Hall Road Community, Chief Imam of the Jammeyatu  nuru deen Mosque at  Black Hall Road Community,  Sheik Mohamed Bangura told this Press that the practice of homosexual is in contravention of the Holy Quran. He went on to say that the father of Alpha Kargbo is one of the active members of the Muslim Jamaat in Black Hall Road community.
 He disclosed that when the father of Alpha Kargbo reported his son to the entire membership of the Islamic Council in the Eastern, the matter was officially handed over to the Black Hall Road Islamic Council for adjudication. 
He said that after they sent several invitations to Alpha who is on the run, he openly refused to face members of the council and his actions further infuriated members of the Muslim community in Black Hall Road to chase him out of the community.  He said that members of the Muslim Jamaat were doing so mainly for him not to further initiate other Muslim members into homosexuality.  
One Islamic fanatic that preferred anonymity has confirmed to this press that if they found Alpha Kargbo and his colleague they will kill him for defying the Muslim Community.



With gratitude to God for a life well lived

Obituary for the late Evelyn Lauretta Idowu-Davies
Sunrise:11 February 1925
Sunset : 10 March 2019
Aged 94
Funeral & Communion service : Friday 22 March at the Ebenezer Methodist Church Murray Town at 2:30
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