It is not long ago when the people of Nkronza arrested two Suspected Gay partners while in the act. The people of Nkoranza were even ready to ban those gay partners from their town. While the case in Nkoranza is still fresh in the minds of Ghanaians, similar incident occured in Kasoa this afternoon. The news was broadcasted by Kwadwo Dickson from Angel TV. The suspected Gay partners have been identified as Evans Amoah 23 years old and Prince Nyacho 22 years old.
It was revealed that, these two guys met on facebook and they propose to each other. They decided to stay in Kasoa and work for a living while they are stay as husband and wife. In their relationship, Evans Amoah felt sick as a result of the Gay activities and he decided to quite the relationship. But Prince Nyacho decided not to allow Evans to break his heart. So they engage in a serious fight leading to their arrest in the country.
The two young men were arrested in Kasoa New Market. They will face court on Monday 18th october 2021.
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